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After installing a tranny in a 1993 150 4.9 how do you get cluch pressure

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You need to bleed the clutch slave clyinder on the side of trans

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

  • elswickra Sep 06, 2010

    how is that done

  • justin vanderpool Sep 06, 2010

    you have to get someone to pump the clutch pedal for you a couple of times then the pedal should start to get hard

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