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Old October 12th, 2017, 12:39   #16
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The bleeder is under the air intake.

https://www.autoinstruct.com.au/manu...valve-removal/
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Old October 12th, 2017, 12:57   #17
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The bleeder is under the air intake.

https://www.autoinstruct.com.au/manu...valve-removal/
Great little write-up. I never removed that valve when I changed my clutch because I don't mind the feel of the system as is.

Also, should not remove the air filter unless you plan to replace it. Once you remove the N75 vacuum dump hose, the MAF connector, and the front bits of the intake snorkel, you can simply pull up on the box as a unit. They are similar to how the engine cover is pulled off, but a bit more stubborn with the thicker rubber that I'm pointing to. There are three posts that it pops onto.



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Old October 14th, 2017, 02:57   #18
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Thanks.....I got the bleeder unit from ID parts.....little concerned that specs call for 29psi and the bleeder unit only goes to 30psi.....
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I felt the same way, but it worked out just fine for me. My bleeder only goes to 30psi as well. Curious the difference from previous generation cars only needing 14psi (1bar) to doubling it to 2bar!
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