do clutch position switches let air into the hydraulic linkage
About every two weeks I have to re-bleed air out of the hydraulic clutch linkage on the 03 Ranger (4WD - 4.0). Got it down to 19 minutes this a.m. before heading out to work. Is it possible, or a somewhat common problem, for air to be pulled into the system through a defective clutch position switch?
Later this month I will replace the entire clutch and linkage system (except for the position switch) in hopes that will fix the problem (replacing flywheel, pilot bearing, clutch disc, pressure plate, master cylinder, slave cylinder, and throw-out bearing.) Wondering whether i should spend the money to replace the switch at the same time.
Thanks for the advice.