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I tried bleeding the clutch myself but did not no how n wen I researched on line I did it all wrong
If it has a bleeder you need to buy a one man bleeder or make one. If you take a rubber hose that fits snug on the bleeder you can loosen the bleeder,put the rubber hose on the end of the bleeder,make sure it fits snug,run other end off in a can of brake fluid and simply pump clutch slowly. The air will bubble out the bottle when you depress clutch,and will draw in fluid as you release. Hope this helps and good luck ...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is up at the Master Cyl............It comes ou of the firewall and points DOWN at about a 45 deg angle.....The reservoir is remote and the hose is set to the lowest point of the cyl...........The tube TO the slave is 180 deg around facing bottom...........
Take the master cly OFF the firewall.......tilt it so that both inlet and outlet are the HIGHEST point of the cyl........Gravity bleed or vacula the slave.........then reinstall the master
I know it sounds like a lot of work but it's the easiest way to clear the air out of Ranger/Explorer hydraulics
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
SOURCE: clutch pedal goes to floor
It sounds like you need to bleed the system there should be a fitting on to slave cylinder near the fluid line you need two people one to push the pedel and one to open and close the bleederYou need to get all of the air out of the system check to see if you see fluid leaking anywhere in the whole system because if fluid is leaking out air is leaking in and you will never get all of the air out of the system put a clear tube on the fitting and put the other end in a clear plastic bottle like a soda or water with some brake fluid in it thats what you use for the chuch system hope this helps
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
The clutch should go to the floor =) But if it's not disengaging the clutch disk, there's definitely a problem between the pedal and the clutch disk. I'm guessing you have a hydraulic clutch?
Posted on Apr 20, 2012
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