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Clutch will not depress

HOW DO I GET THE CLUTCH HYDROLIC LINE OFF OF THE INTERNAL SLAVE CYLINDER ON A 1990 FORD F 150 4X4 5.O the clutch on my 95 f150 will not depress does any body have any ideas on why and how do you bleed them

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The bleeder screw is located directly above supply hydraulic hose, should have a rubber cap on it, you should be able to loosen it and release the pressure inside, to bleed the system fill the resevoir and open the valve then press the clutch pedal down, while pedal is down close screw, repeat this process until all air is out

Posted on May 27, 2009

  • Jeff Hammack
    Jeff Hammack May 27, 2009

    if the hose is at the top then the bleeder is below it, I'm sorry I originally said above, they are on the left side of the trans as well, the hose is on a quick disconnect it can be removed without introducing air into the system, but unless you are removing the trans I would not disconnect it.

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