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im sure AFJuvat or someone in the know will clear these up for you better than i can. you can remove the clutch master without rouching the brake master. and from what i understand it is better to bleed the clutch with the rear end lifted. it shouldnt take too long, not longer than bleeding brakes.
im not sure about the starter. the haynes manual recommends it but i dont know why.
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Old 04-25-2003, 08:25 PM
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