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Thread: Clutch Feel and Engagement Point

  1. #11
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    The slave cylinder should be bled after removing the CDV. There’s a bleeder valve on the top. Someone posted a bleeding process here or on E46F... Basically the same as you do for brakes; clutch in, open valve, close valve, clutch out; repeat.
    -Chris


  2. #12
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    Well I'll be... Just don't remember I guess. Thanks for the info.

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  3. #13
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    I didn't have to bleed mine.
    BP
    2005 330i ZHP / 6MT
    Imolarot / Naturbraun



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