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Originally Posted by AZ-Scoob
if the fluid is low, and there is signs of leakage, you need to fix the leak, not bleed the clutch system. there are only a few places it can leak out from, the clutch master cyl. that would likely leak onto the carpet by the pedals, the clutch slave, that would leak onto the top of the trans, or the lines between the two. what usually happens is the new upgraded clutch had more clamping force, and the pedal is stiffer. the increase in pedal pressure can cause the seals in the clutch master or slave to blow out and start leaking.
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