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Re: Brake Problem Diagnosis

Nope, never had a hydraulic clutch before! How do I do that?

It seems okay though.

Edit: Okay so I now realise the second photo I posted with a green not is the clutch master cylinder. It's connected by a tube to the brake fluid reservoir so I presume it uses the same fluid. The clutch master cylinder then connects by a hard pipe to the clutch on the gearbox and there is a small in-line plastic box between that pipe and the transmission housing. I assume that second tiny box is the clutch slave cylinder.

I see no bleed nipple near the slave cylinder so I guess as I read in another thread I need to just pull it off and have someone depress the clutch to bleed it into a little bottle. However this will only bleed the pipe-work, won't air get into the transmission housing like this?
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