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Explain how to bleed a hydraulic clutch on 1996 Ford F-150 5 speed w/ OD

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Just like you would bleed breaks pump the clutch release the fluid out of the junction

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Fill the clutch resi. find the bleed nipple with two people one pumps the clutch a few time while the other bleed the nipple into bottle..

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Should be the same way as the breaks pump the pedal them have someone open the bleeder

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