All you have to do is let it gravity bleed.
Just open the bleeder valve on the transmission and have someone watch the fluid level in the resavore.
It might take a few minutes but that's the easiest way that I have found.
Actually , the clutch on your 1999 Ford Mustang is operated by a cable , it's not a hydraulic operated clutch so it doesn't use any fluid * if you want to adjust the clutch - without the engine running put it into 1st gear - GENTLY , using your foot , pull the clutch pedal UP until it stops - SLOWLY push the clutch pedal DOWN ( you will hear a click if the clutch needed adjusting )
there is no adjustment on a 1999 nomad, it is a hydraulic driven pushrod, it needs a new spring, and possibly a fluid replacement, i assume you are getting some slippage, and that's the reason for your question, go on to www.gadgetjq.fixit/nomad and you can read a good bulletin on clutch spring replacement. good luck
Either you have to pull off the old clutch assembly(Master, slave cylinders, reservoir and the line),since its a factory sealed unit and replace with a new one or one from another vehicle, or , see if a parts store has the new ones out. The slave cylinder is the one with the bleeder valve. I have a 91 d150 Im trying to get the clutch to work in.
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