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Where is the clutch bleeder valve on a 1993 Ford Ranger located?

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2004-11-13 10:02:56
2004-11-13 10:02:56

Some cars have no valve and you have to loosten the line to bleed the cyl. Fill the slave cyl as full as you can get it before mounting it .

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