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    Default Clutch bleed problem

    Hi, tried to bleed the clutch today using a one-way valve kit, however although I managed to get some fluid out after a while it wouldn't push anything out. The pedal goes to the floor so there is obviously air in there, but I can't understand why it won't push any fluid out, the level in the resouvoir stays the same. Any help greatly appreciated, Gaz.

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    Engine : Z19DTH

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    Vec C has a concentric slave cylinder, you need to use the old fashion two person method.
    One in car other at bleed nipple.
    Open bleed nipple depress clutch, close bleed nipple release clutch slowly etc.
    Keep an eye on the fluid level.

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    What about an Eezibleed? VX bleed the clutch backwards, as in they push the fluid in from the nipple and out the reservoir.

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    Easibleed attaches to the brake/clutch fluid reservoir and pushes the fluid through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lesj View Post
    Easibleed attaches to the brake/clutch fluid reservoir and pushes the fluid through.
    Yes, I have one, used it on the punto clutch, surely its going to work the same on the Vec.

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    Hi, bought an eezibleed and had no problems, great bit of kit, thanks for the replies Gaz.

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