hydraulic clutch

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Asked by Dec 20, 2010 at 05:01 PM about the 1986 Ford Bronco II

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

is there any way to bleed it?

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Hay,the way u jumped in bringing up old post and giveing advice u should be able to answer your own question yes on the slave cylender their is a bleader valve on back side of it ,open it ,let it drip out fluid,keep check on the clutch cylender so it dont lose all fluid,add dot 3 break fluid to keep full,let drip for 30 min.close bleader valve fill clutch cylender,pump the hell out of cluthh peadle until you get a full peadle.or if you have a friend who can help blead it like you would a break calaperpump it several times hold to floor crack open bleader letair out close valve do this several times until you have a full peadle,just dont let clutch master go dry on fluid.but if yourslace cylender is bad,none of it will work,u will have to replace and do this.just a note,is mounted on driver side of tranny.

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sorry didnt mean to make anybody mad.

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i used to have one its a very very very slow process. the fastest ways are to pump it like a normal brake system, and the other way is to rig up a hand controlled vacuum pump to the res, with SLIGHT pressure on the clutch pedal to allow air to be sucked out, and the Slowest way is just old fashioned gravity bleed

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HAY,you made NOBODY MAD.

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