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How do i bleed a clutch a on a 92 ford ranger

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U will need to buy a Mityvac brand suction bleeding tool to **** the fluid from the master to the bleed port on the slave cylinder at the trans.
this is the only easy way I have found. u can buy this tool at NAPA and Carquest stores

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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