Well I decided last W/E to bleed the clutch on my car since recently I did the brakes but did not have time to do the clutch that day.
After removing the bottom pan (I was changing engine and tranny oils), I set-up the compressor and the Griots power bleeder.
BTW, I have removed the nozzle Griots supplies with the assembly as it is more trouble than it's worth. I have enclosed a photo of the unit but it's hard to clearly see just the nozzle.
I removed it, because the tube they supply fits perfectly over the bleer screw nipples, and it is one less thing to hold during the operation. Also there is no leakage of brake fluid.
I then used my 13 mm Griots flexible box wrench pointed out in the brake bleed section to slightly loosen the bleeder screw.
Then I opened the trunk, removed the cowl cover, removed the two plugs from the reservoir cap, unscrewed the cap, and checked the fluid condition.
There was a little bit of residue in suspension with the new brake fluid, so I sucked out with the Griots bleeder the fluid in the reservoir and refilled it with additional clean Pentosin Dot 4 fluid.
I then attached the bleeder hose directly to the clutch nipple (see photo of the nipple with cap on).
I had my bride put pressure on the clutch pedal while I alternated between a normal bleed from the pedal pressure and a Griots vacuum bleed.
I found that alternating doing this gives me better control of the bleed process, lets me see the fluid color change better, and ensures that the clutch was fully bled.
I sucked through about a cup of fluid or a little more. I wanted to be absolutely sure the clutch was bled. I topped up the reservoir again, had my bride pump the clutch pedal, and then checked the reservoir again.
I then checked the clutch. It was quite firm.
Before putting the pan back on, I started the car and tried 1st gear and then reverse a few times to make absolutely sure the T/O bearing was fully disengaging.
I was not going to restore the pan to find out I needed additional bleeding!
So now it is working terrifically, and I am happy.
Easy job. Make sure to open the Griots bleeder before finishing to see the debris in there to make sure it was all pulled out of the line.
Take your time with this process and keep an eye on fluid color changes.
Oh and regardless of what Griots says, you still need someone to pump the brake or the clutch to do a proper job with Griots bleeder.