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While renewing :cry: the brake fluid, I have got an air lock in the hydaulic clutch, and no pressure at all. I have tried bleeding it, but can't get rid of the air lock. Any suggestions as to how to clear it?
 

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a] left hand front
b] right hand front
c]left hand rear
d]right hand rear

once you bleed the brakes then the clutch should bleed up ok.also i take it that yours isn't the semi automatic box is it???
 

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Thanks. Unfortunately I did the clutch before the brakes, and caused the airlock in the clutch. The brakes are fine.
It is the manual 5 speed box, I may have to resort to a garage soon!
 

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might have been worth taking it to vauxhall to have your your brake fluid done it only cost me £25 including fluid which aint that expensive
 

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Have taken it to Vauxhall, the clutch master cylinder seals were knackered. A new cylinder was £53 and the labour £138. Ouch!
 
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