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Accessing the Clutch Bleed Nipple

Hi everyone. I was going to change my clutch fluid as it was looking a bit past its best. I'm struggling to find an easy way to access the bleed nipple without having to remove the whole under tray.

Does anyone know an easy way to access the bleed nipple other than that?
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Thanks for the help discus but it seems to focus on the 1.8. The problem I have is the intake manifold is in the way.
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This seems to be the only thread on clutch bleeding.
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Indeed. I need to do mine aswell!

Fluid in the reservoir looks horrible
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