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Old 03-07-2015, 11:50 AM   #1
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Bleeding the clutch

Now someone has to know how to do this crap! Did the clutch now I don't really have a clue how to bleed it


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Unless they have changed the design, from the "antiques" that I am familiar with...

You bleed the clutch just like you would bleed the brakes. It will take two people. Have someone sit in the car and pump the clutch pedal a few times and then hold pressure on it while you release the bleed fitting on the clutch slave cylinder. Make sure that your helper keeps holding downward pressure on the clutch until you have finished opening AND closing the bleed fitting. Then repeat that procedure until there is no air remaining in the line. Keep a close eye on the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder, if it runs empty you will have to start the bleeding process over again.
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If the air doesn't come out of the lines you will need to jack the front of the car up two to three feet in the air, make sure the car is secure and not going anywhere, and get the air out that way. I had a old 240SX that was how you had to bleed the clutch it was a pain to...
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07 don't have that way to bleed like the brakes do


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Lol
I am behind the times!

Here you go...
http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...orumsite/20799

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Anyone try the jack up your car method? And pump? To bleed the clutch?


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