johnhallam8....... Its better to keep the problem within the thread rather than send a visitor message. That way the answers may be of use to other members. Im not familiar with the doblo clutch slave cylinder setup but if its similar to other fiats there will be a circlip holding the hose to the cylinder. You need to remove the circlip and withdraw the hose about 10mm only. Fluid should then come
When I bled my Stilo clutch cylinder the fluid came out very slowly but it shouldnt stop if you keep the resevoir topped up and the lid loose. To speed it up I did slightly pressurise the resevoir with a modified cap and a bicycle pump. You could try getting an assistant to slowly press the clutch pedal whilst you hold the pipe at the slave cylinder so it doesnt come out. Dave. johnhallam8 thanked for this post
Originally Posted by olbod I had not noticed a clutch reservoir on my 04 doblo jtd so I had assumed it had a cable just had another look cant see one so where is it located T14086 Shared with brake resevoir(1.2 has cable)look for clutch slave cylinder.
Originally Posted by mcb333 been havin a mere with this site. you have I have had to delete merge your other threads on the same subject Anyway please stick to one thread please......for your leak I would look closely at the return resevoir just above the pump.
try pressure bleeding via the master cyl resevoir rather than pumping the pedal you can get a kit from halfords or a local motor factors costs about 17 pounds
Originally Posted by X9GRAHAM try pressure bleeding via the master cyl resevoir rather than pumping the pedal you can get a kit from halfords or a local motor factors costs about 17 pounds And uses air pressure from your spare tyre to force fluid through the system. An excellent piece of kit and well worth the cash for any home mechanics. BTW you can also connect the kit to your radiator expansion