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Old 01-28-2006, 05:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bleeding Clutch Master Cylinder.

Can't find it using the search.
There isn't a bleeding valve.
So how does one do it.
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Old 01-28-2006, 06:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Bleeding Clutch Master Cylinder.

If it were me, I'd stick a E4OD in there. When ya git 'er dun, ya kin cum upn here an kick my arse [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif[/img]. Sorry Tex, I know next to nuthin' 'bout dem thar rowin' gizmos. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smokin.gif[/img] OkieGringo
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Re: Bleeding Clutch Master Cylinder.

I just did a "outside of the box" writeup on it over at oil burners. go over there and do a search on it there.
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Re: Bleeding Clutch Master Cylinder.

Its a pain in the ass. You have to bleed the system throught the slave. Do you have a bleed scew on the slave? If not this is what you do:

This is a 2 man job, one guy under the truck one guy at the engine compartment. Pull the slave off the tranny with the push rod facing down. take the cap off the master and make sure its full of fluid. Leave the cap off. Now pump the slave slowly until no air bubbles can be seen in the master resavor. Once there are no bubbles hold the push rod all the way into the slave and put the cap back on the master. then reinstall the slave. Go pump the clutch and see how ya did.
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Re: Bleeding Clutch Master Cylinder.

FX4, I just put your answer in my "Library" for future answers. Is that ok with you? OkieGringo
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Re: Bleeding Clutch Master Cylinder.

Fine by me. I used to have a printed out sheet that had them on it but I don't know what I did with it.
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Thank you, I'll put your name on it also. OG
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