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How do i bleed my slave cylinder in my 1993 ford ranger. cause it is hard to get in and out of gear, or do u think it may be something else.... thanks

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You can not bleed it
replace it after this test
pump the clutch 25 times with the engine off
If you do get a pedal with the clutch to shift the slave cylinder is shot
have the slave clylinder full before doing this test

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