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MINI Hydraulic clutch fluid replacement?

OK. If your clutch feed off of your brake fluid reservoir, shouldn't you also bleed new fluid to your clutch? I have a pressure bleeder but how do you get new fluid to the clutch system? Do you just open the bleeders with the pressure bleeder attached like the brakes or do you have to pump it manually?

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Hello and welcome to the forum! What platform is this in reference to?
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Sorry, This is for the R56 JCW.
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No worries at all! Take a look at the link below, it should help you out with the procedure. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to post a Comment just below the article and one of our techs will get back to you with details. Hope this help you and best of luck!

MINI Cooper Clutch Master and Slave Cylinder Replacement (R50/R52/R53 2001-2006) | Pelican Parts DIY Maintenance Article
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