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I have a 1999 frd 250 4x4. Lost the slae at about 70k had it professionally replaced but it was painful in the pocket. Truck now has 130k appears I lost it again this is a bleederless model bought and replaced the slave yeterday now as you might immagine afeter following limited instruction packet on how to mount and install I have no clutch pushing lightly causes it to fall to the floor. Pulled it back out refilled the slave unit it's self rebled the main line got some bubbles reinstalled still no clutch pressure. Any ideas on how to get the dang thing bled would be appreciated I hear it's a major pain. thanks matt

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Matt, pull the line off the clutch, and grab a buddy. Here's something that might be of use to you. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_bleed_a_clutch_master_cylinder

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