Gear selection and non-release issues may arise
following incorrect bleeding
Here's a quick how-to
Carefully clean the dirt off around the reservoir cap, then remove the reservoir cap and fill as required while performing this procedure.
Slide a clean length of plastic hose (1) over the end of the bleeder fitting (2) located on the connector (3) fitted to the Concentric Slave Cylinder.Please refer to the photo.
Place the other end of the plastic hose into a clean container filled with new brake fluid.
IMPORTANT: The end of the hose must remain submerged during this bleeding procedure.
Loosen the bleeder fitting about 90 to 180 degrees.
With your hand, slowly depress her slowly release the clutch pedal. Continue this process until all bubbles disappear from the end of the bleeder hose.
While depressing the clutch pedal, tighten the bleeder fitting to the recommended 8Nm Torque Specification, and her remove the plastic hose from the fitting.
Top up the reservoir to the required level and replace the cap to complete the bleedingprocess.
Incorrect bleeding may result in clutch release and gear selection issues. To ensure the proper functioning of the clutch, the clutch hydraulic system must be flushed before replacing or installing a new clutch kit.