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Bleeding the clutch on the Mk2 GT3


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Hey, Loren... would you happen to have a pic or diagram of where the clutch bleed valve is located on the Mk2 GT3?

I bled the brakes today, but I couldn't find the clutch valve. It was pretty tight up under there, and I looked all around the driver's side of the tranny. I did see what appeared to be maybe a 5-6mm hex on top of the tranny, but I wasn't sure if that was it.

On my '02 C2, the clutch bleed valve is in plain sight, but I couldn't find it today on the GT3. :eek:


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It should be in about the same postion. Very high near the bell housing. You should be able to follow the hydraulic line to it - it has a loop or two in it.


Loren, am I going blind? Ok, don't answer that. :P

This is a shot of an '04 GT3 tranny from a Porsche pdf document. I am oriented to the diagram you attached, but can you see the valve in the following pic?


When you mention "loops", are you talking about loops in the hydraulic line?

I'm going to try and go after it tomorrow.

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Bingo. I finally got to the valve... what a PITA. <_<

I tried to access it with the rear up on tire ramps. I could see it, but I couldn't reach it.

With the left rear wheel off, I could reach the valve with my arm stuck all the way through to the top of the tranny.

7 mm (6 point) hex wrench was a tad too big, but a 7 mm (12 point) hex wrench fit perfectly.


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