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How do you bleed a hydraulic clutch on a 1999 Ford Ranger?

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2010-03-29 21:54:37
2010-03-29 21:54:37

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.

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