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2003 Mazda pick up clutch

Clutch feels out of adjustment may have air in line. How do I adjust or bleed the line. Pedal goes almost to the floor before engaging to change gears.Vehicle has 65,000 miles.It is a B2300 2.3liter, 16 valve 4 cylinder,hydraulic clutch.

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Look for the small master cylinder resiviour beside the larger one for the brakes. Take the cap off and check the level, it is probably very low fill it with the type of fluid labled on the cap. The clutch is self bleeding these days, pump the pedle fast for like 50 strokes or whatever it takes to get a firm pedle. Check your fluid level again, you will probably need to add more. now look under the truck for a leak, especially dripping out from between the bell housing and the engine.

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Check first fluid level to be in the marked lines. Refill if necesary pushing clutch pedal repeatedly.

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