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I was looking through the Xentry a while ago and there was a hint about bleeding the clutch. In manual cars with hydraulic clutch actuation, bleeding the clutch immediately offers benefits to the shifting.
So I could really not find details about this then started to spend time searching for videos of such, or any info at all.
Then started to look under the hood. There is no brake fluid line leaving the reservoir to go towards the transmission.
Then started to look around the separation between engine and transmission, to see where the actuator might be.
Nothing

Then after more searching, I think I found info that the actuation is via two motors. These may or may not be in the conductor plate of the transmission, I believe there may be such, just like in the 7 Speedshift transmission of my C63.
 
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