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You'll need to drop the exhaust and trans tunnel plate to reach the bleeder valve from hell on top of the bell housing if you want to bleed it properly. :mah:
 

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Some folks just siphon out what's in the reservoir and add new. It's not a complete change but better than nothing at all. :z:
 

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IT L GO said:
Some folks just siphon out what's in the reservoir and add new. It's not a complete change but better than nothing at all. :z:
This is what I do and it works well. No problems yet. :z:
 

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Dr.Ron said:
Is brake fluid what's used for the clutch fluid??
Ron
Yep, I use Motul RBF 600 for the brakes and clutch.
 

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Whats happening Doc? I thought I read somewhere that you should use GM clutch fluid. It is supposedly brake fluid with some type of anti squeak agent in it. I think I have heard some people posting about a squeaky brake pedal when using normal brake fluid. Can anybody else confirm this?
 

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agentf1 said:
Whats happening Doc? I thought I read somewhere that you should use GM clutch fluid. It is supposedly brake fluid with some type of anti squeak agent in it. I think I have heard some people posting about a squeaky brake pedal when using normal brake fluid. Can anybody else confirm this?
I like GM Clutch Fluid Part # 12345347 It has a friction modifier in it to prevent squeaking. :cheers:

A lot of Folks use Brake Fluid

http://www.z06vette.com/forums/show...ht=clutch+fluid
 

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You don't necessarily have to drop the exhaust to bleed the clutch. If you have small enough hands/arms, you can reach in between the cats to do the bleed job (thats how I do mine). Make sure to let everything cool down for a few hours before you attempt it though. Those things get HOT within just a few seconds of running the engine.
 
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