So as most know the Cupra clutch has its flaws. Apart from it going all slippy when the torque goes up. The main issue seems to be the feel of the pedal and the slight delay in it returning when trying to release it quickly. Theres a few videos showing the problem which seems to be the little yellow grommet that sits in the bleeder part just under the airbox. One video I watched commented on the need to burst the thing out. Another showed the top bleed nut (9mm) being removed to try and get the thing out...... but!!! It doesn’t say if it can just be scooped out of there. My thoughts were if it can, then do you need to go to the hassle of removing the whole bleeder or can you just open up that nut and fish it out? Anyone on here done it? Can it just be lifted out? If not what’s stopping it? Cheers!