7.1.3. Removal of air from hydraulic system of coupling

The screw of removal of air is screwed in in a hose which fastens on the top part of the transmission. On some models access to the screw is possible only from under the car.

Unscrew a cover of a nutritious tank and check that the level of brake fluid in a tank was at the level of max tag. During removal of air you monitor availability of liquid in a tank, without allowing an exposure of its bottom as at the same time air will get to system again.

Remove a dustproof cap from the union of pumping and put on it a pure transparent hose which other end needs to be lowered in the capacity which is partially filled with brake fluid.

Sharply press a coupling pedal several times with an interval 2–3 sec. Unscrew on a turn floor the pumping union at the pressed pedal. Continuing to press a pedal, force out the liquid which is in system together with air through a hose in capacity. After the pedal will reach extreme forward situation, and replacement of liquid through a hose will stop, screw the pumping union to the full.

Repeat these operations, the air outlet from a hose will not stop yet.

Holding a pedal in the pressed situation, screw up the union against the stop and remove a hose.

Wipe the union of pumping and establish a protective cap.