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Old 10-25-2012, 09:28 AM
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Clutch Bleeding

Ok. i have an 89 F350. i changed the master cylinder and the slave cylinder, and now i have about 1/2 the pedal. but no matter how much i pump it up or let it bleed i can't seem to get any more. any advice? i'm stumped at this point.
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anyone have any input on this? i have installed a new master cylinder and a new slave cylinder. but i can't get the air to come out. no matter what i do it just seems to keep getting worse.
any input at all will help. i tried gravity bleeding it, and old school like you would a brake system.
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