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Hi all, just wondering if anyone knows of a quick guide on how to flush the clutch fluid? I'd appreciate any help as my workshop manual simply says drain the fluid heh.
 

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Do it like a brake system.

Pump the clutch, open the bleeder valve, and keep putting in the new fluid until the new fluid comes out through the bleeder screw.

10 min job.
 

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The same reason at some point you will have to change your brake fluid when it goes from the clear it originally was to brown/black. The fluid breaks down and affects performance, maybe not in a huge way but more for piece of mind. Moisture over time will build up in the system or you may have some air in the system. Just go get a decent size container of brake fluid, whatever brand it may be. Use the speed bleeder or get a friend to help and do the pump/fill method until the fluid comes out clean and clear. Cake job.
 

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what goes in there? brake fluid right?
 

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^^ yes use dot 3 or dot 4 fluid (brake fluid)
 
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