Just like bleed brakes. Except for a clutch... :)
On the bell housing is the bleeder zerk, attach a hose
to the end of it and put the other end in a bottle (20oz
soda bottle is nice so you can cap it off), and have a
friend pump the clutch for you.
Have the friend pump about three times, hold to the floor, and
you open the valve to let the fluid out. Then close the valve, and
have the friend let up on the pedal. Repeat until you don't see any
more bubbles come out in the bottle.
Listen to those guys... sorry I was away for a while and my answer was
generic and common sense.
And there's no "usage" for that... look for leaks under dust boots. and at
Like they say... you have a leak and need service or replacement.
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