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Where is the bleeder screw for a 1996 Ford F150?

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2005-08-06 11:56:40
2005-08-06 11:56:40

Bleeder screw for clutch is at the slave cylinder, on the bell housing of the Transmission. The bleeder for the brakes is on the calipers, and on the backing plate of the rear drum brakes

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