Bleeding the Clutch


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guitarzan
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Bleeding the Clutch

Postby guitarzan » Sun Jul 19, 2015 5:08 pm



Hi,
I have a question. I was changing the fluid in my clutch and I bleed out too much and the reservoir and it sucked some air. Do I just fill it up again and bleed the line at the bleeder just as a normal bleeding? I sure hope I don't have to do something special, do I ??? :roll: its a 1994 Goldwing SE 1500

Thanks Frank



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Re: Bleeding the Clutch

Postby joeincalif » Sun Jul 19, 2015 8:01 pm

Bleeding as normal should take care of it. If not try bleeding it at the banjo bolt
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guitarzan
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Re: Bleeding the Clutch

Postby guitarzan » Sun Jul 19, 2015 10:47 pm

I just disconnect the banjo bolt and put my finger over the hole where the banjo bolt was and keeping my finger over the whole pump the hand lever a couple of times then keeping my finger over the whole and keeping the lever held, hook up the line again. Is that right?

Thank you
Frank


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