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Hi all, been searching all the forums and the web and cant find much info (with pics) on how to bleed the clutch on a R32 GTS t. Anyone got any good links or help along with pics so I know what im looking at :notworthy
 

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On a R33 GTST theres a bleed point in the engine bay, near the clutch fluid reservoir, little one right at the back near the firewall.

One on the slave cylinder, one on the pipe leading off the slave cylinder.
 

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the bit where you put the fluid in will have a bleed nipple on it , get some one sat in the car to press the clutch peddle down, first step is to fit resavior with fluid, get a spanner on the nipple and get your mate to press the clutch peddle down while you upen the bleed nipple, fluid or air will come out while your mate has the pedal pressed down close the nipple then release the peddle, you may have to pull peddle back by hand, mind your eyes when peddle is being pressed as the fluid can squirt out , repeat this about 6 times but make sure you dont run out of fluid as you will have to start again.. hope this helps and it a very easy job once you get going...
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 · (Edited)
Only had the car a while but yesterday it didn't want to go into reverse and it doesn't seem to fully engage the clutch all the way every time (it does not grind or slip though). It could be an aftermarket clutch or somethin as there is hardly no travel between it being on or off. Hoping it is not the clutch going really......
 
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