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Hydraulic clutch bleding 1999 dodge dakota

We can not get the clutch to bled . After we put a slave cylender on it.

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  • lcfar Nov 30, 2008

    I just put a tranny out of a 2000 sport and now I can't get a pedal it's like its bleeding off or something. what do I need to do?



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