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How do I go about replacing the clutch fluid? 06, 6 speed gto, and I'm trying to flush the clutch line/cylinder. Any advice, pic's etc... If someone's willing to point out, help with the process, I'd be more than willing to buy food, post pics and a DIY for everyone else.

Also, while doing that, I was hoping to replace the clutch line with a braided one. Advice? Place to get? Thanks in advance.

BTW, I tried asking the same question a few months ago... resulting in blank stares, I figured that by now some other gearheads got to doing this and would be willing to help out.

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its not an easy job as the bleed nipple is on the slave cylinder
most people just drain the reservoir and top it up with new fluid
the old fluid will work its way to the top after a while so do it a few times to keep getting the dirty fluid out after a few times it will be clean
to put a new line on you will need to take the box out
if you are going to that trouble put a remote bleeder on it too
 

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its not an easy job as the bleed nipple is on the slave cylinder
most people just drain the reservoir and top it up with new fluid
the old fluid will work its way to the top after a while so do it a few times to keep getting the dirty fluid out after a few times it will be clean
to put a new line on you will need to take the box out
if you are going to that trouble put a remote bleeder on it too
Thanks bud. This really does help. I'm not planning on pulling the box any time soon, but am very glad to have gotten that trick about the old fluid.
 
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