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Bleeding the cluch pedal

How to bleed the cluch pedal on a chrysler voyagar 2.5 diseal 2002 model

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Open the slave cylinder bleeder and let it gravity feed for 5 minutes or so, then close the bleeder and have someone pump the pedal, release the bleeder to remove trapped air, repeat as needed until all the air is gone and pedal is firm with no play.

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