Question about 1993 Ford Bronco
I recently had to replace my tranny because of the gears wear all gone basically, my clutch was fine at that point but since replaceing the tranny my clutch just isn't pumping up so when trying to put in any gear all it does is grind. Its a 87' Ford Bronco II w/ manual tranny. I seem to get a little clutch at times but not enough and am haveing a heck of a time with the clip? pin? that goes around the breather valve and the fluid line going into the clutch slave cylinder. It seems like that fluid line might not be sealing possibly no matter what I do. Please help!!!!!!!
You obviously need to bleed the line. You are not getting enough movement to disengage the pressure plate when depressing the clutch pedal. The systems can be a little tough to bleed air from. Keep at it. You will get it. The secret is to keep the reservoir full while bleeding and not let more air back it at the slave down below. Good luck.
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