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How to proper bleed a hydraulice cluch on a 2005 ford focus

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The slave cylinder is inside the bell housing ,if clutch not clearing properly then it may need a new clutch ,you just open bleed nipple and assistant pushes clutch down ,usual procedure ,if all else fails then leave a brick or a broom handle to hold clutch pedal down a bit overnight and see if that helps ,old trick i know but it still works

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