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Old 03-19-2010, 07:52 AM
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This ever happen to you ??

I posted yesterday in the 911 forum about my clutch slave cylinder blowing .
I put another one on and it took forever to get pedal .
When I drive it seems like pedal gets lower then after I work it some
it comes back up . I have done had the cylinder off three times
doing the bleeding thing .
Still same results is there a magic trick I don't know ?
Or does sometimes the air escape after some usage ?
Don't think I have a clutch problem as there is no abnormal noise
and I am continuing to use the truck I pull a 40 foot hotshot with it
and in the cities it can be annoying .
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Old 03-19-2010, 07:55 AM
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Sorry, I forgot to respond to you yesterday. So, there is no bleeder at all? That seems strange to me, how does one get the air out?
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Old 03-19-2010, 08:01 AM
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Sorry, I forgot to respond to you yesterday. So, there is no bleeder at all? That seems strange to me, how does one get the air out?
Magic ??
I have no idea ?
I'm heading back to Alabama I have a complete unit at home I took off my 99 model it turned out to be clutch or trans problem in it .
Wonder is 375,000 good out of a zf6speed ?
I ran 48 states with it for 3 years
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Old 03-19-2010, 08:08 AM
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I think that's probably REALLY good for any transmission. That's a lot of miles, what year is your truck?

It seems strange that they leave you no way t remove the air, the sytem obviously won't operate with air in the lines . Maybe there's some special way to do it???
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I think that's probably REALLY good for any transmission. That's a lot of miles, what year is your truck?

It seems strange that they leave you no way t remove the air, the sytem obviously won't operate with air in the lines . Maybe there's some special way to do it???
I have got a decent clutch now . I took the new cylinders off I got
from advanced auto parts and put a ford kit on it .
I have come to the conclusion that bleeding a clutch slave cylinder is a total waste of time and will opt for the 187.00 replacement kit next time
I have been trying to post pictures of my trucks but getting them to the small size allowed I can only post a door and fender or hood and roof at onme time . Does any one know how to ppst a picture that will upload I have resdized my pictures till theres kust about no truck ?
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