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I am wondering if anyone knows why while changing the oil in my clutch I got air in the line and can't get it out. I have a suzuki cavalcade 1400, any suggestion on how to get air out of the line and get the resitance in the lever so it can be used would be appriecated

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I am wondering if anyone knows why while changing the oil in my clutch I got air in the line and can't get it out. I have a suzuki cavalcade 1400, any suggestion on how to get air out of the line and get the resitance in the lever so it can be used would be appriecated

Because you did it wrong, if the Cade has a hydraulic clutch like a Wing, it is basically the same as a brake master cylinder, get air in brake line does not work so good either. only way is to bleed off same as brake line with air.

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OH yeah, watch were you slop around the brake fluid, worlds best paint remover you will ever see work. The poor Cade could look like a speckled trout with it gets on the paint. ;););)

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