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How do I bleed the slave cylinder for a 1992 Ford F350?

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The best way is with two people one to pump the pedal and hold it down while the other person lets out the air.when alone the drip bleeding method works good crack the bleeder and let it drip slowly with the master cylinder full or just spend 40 bucks on a brake bleeding kit,comes with instructions

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