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    I have just began to bleed the clutch on my 1.9cdti. I cant see where to fill up the clutch fluid. Anyone know where its at.
    I thought it shared it with the brake fluid but apparently not.
    Help I'm stuck

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    Apparently it does share the brake fluid -

    Important: The following operational stages must be undertaken to fill the pressure line between the transmission housing and the central release. When bleeding, ensure that the brake fluid reservoir is always filled up sufficiently and does not run dry.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    did u sort ure clutch bleeding????
    just saw ure post,im led to believe the brake res is shared by the clutch but the clutch is at the back of the res its split into 2 ,worth a look
    hope this helps

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