Question about Ford Escort
The clutch slave cylinder gets it fluid from the "Brake Master Cylinder" resevoir. If the fluid is out there is possibly another problem. Anyhow, there is a bleeder plug on the slave cylinder, make sure the brake resevoir is full and the lid is secured back on then have a friend work the clutch pedal in as you loosen the bleeder on the clutch slave cylinder. Only have the person working the clutch pedal release the clutch after you have retightened the bleeder. AND FOR GODS SAKE AND YOUR OWN DO NOT HAVE THE VEHICLE RUNNING WHEN PERFORMING THIS!!! Many heads have been crushed due to stupidity, not thinking and getting in a hurry.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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