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I have a question. What is involved in bleeding a hydraulic clutch? I have done brakes but bleeding a clutch is new to me. Are there any tips or tricks that will make it easier? I have heard horror stories about bleeding clutches...

The bike is my 1995 GPz1100.

Thanks in advance for the advice.
 

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Easy. Bleeds just like the brakes. On the GPz, there is a clutch bleeder screw near where the clutch hose attaches to the engine by way of a banjo bolt. Use a vacuum bleeder, and the whole process takes about 15 minutes. BTW, do you have a manual for the bike? If not, I have one you can have. Just PM me with your address and I'll send it.

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I have heard of a vacuum bleeder but don't actually own one. Is that something that can be purchased at an auto parts store or where would I go to get one?

DW, you have a PM with my address for the manual, thank you!
 
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