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1999 FORD F 550 CLUTCH ; AIR IN SLAVE AND MASTERCYLENDAR, HOW TO REMOVE

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There are bleeder fittings on the slave and master cylinders. Use a line wrench to open the slave cylinder fitting while a freind pumps the pedal. Replace more fluid at the master and keep going until all the air is out of the whole system. It's a lot easier to have a shop do this with a pressure bleeder.

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