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Steverav1

Toyota Avensis Clutch Slave Cylinder

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Guys

Am i right in saying if i change the slave cylinder would i have to bleed the brakes aswell or would you just have to bleed the clutch by deperssing it 3-4 times then holding the pedal down whilst having the bleed screw open

Steve

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Guys

Am i right in saying if i change the slave cylinder would i have to bleed the brakes aswell or would you just have to bleed the clutch by deperssing it 3-4 times then holding the pedal down whilst having the bleed screw open

Steve

No you won't need to bleed the brakes but be aware the clutch and brakes share the same reservoir, make sure the pedal is fully down when you tighten the bleed screw and keep the fluid topped up at all times to the correct level.

Pete.

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Sounds pretty simple then going to have a go when i come back off my jollies as the clutch is doing my head in atm

Cheers

Steve

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