156 V6 - How do I bleed the clutch?
As the title please guys, I have had my clutch bite point move south, right to the bottom of the pedal travel. I checked the fluid and it was low, non in the reservoir, so topped up, it is now at the correct level, however the clutch bite point has not moved back up. I guess this is because there is air in the system.
Other than there being air in the system, there is a chance that in the master or slave cylinder, the piston is pushing through the fluid, rather than pushing the fluid (cylinder bore wear). However, this would not explain the drop in the fluid level. I want to bleed the system of air in the hope that if there is a leak, I will see it so I can fix it.
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