The piston in the secondary clutch actuator is under pressure. Squeezing the clutch hand lever could push the piston out of its housing with sufficient force to cause death or serious injury.

3. See Figure 2-37. Inspect o-ring (2). Replace if necessary and re-install actuator.


Dispose of clutch fluid in accordance with local regulations.

4. See Figure 2-36. If condition indicates replacement of secondary actuator:

a. Place a suitable container under secondary clutch actuator (4). Loosen flare nut (5) and allow clutch fluid to drain from clutch line (1).

b. Remove flare nut and remove actuator.

c. Remove bleeder screw and drain remaining clutch fluid.

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