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Old 05-27-2011
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: chipley, fl
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bleeding the slave cylinder

i have a 1993 ford ranger and i've replaced the master clutch cylinder and the slave cylinder new clutch and pressure plate... been trying to bleed it for awhile now i get plenty of fluid out of the bleeder coming out the transmission no air at all.. but i still cant get pressure in the pedal im thinking that i have air in the clutch master cylinder but idk how to get it out ive heard if i take it lose and turn it upside down for a few mins that it will have the air come out the resivor but i dont know if i have to disconnect the line leading down to the slave cylinder which i cant turn it upside down unless i do? if anyone can help please let me know ur ideas trucks been down for over two weeks i need it going again soon please help
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Old 09-25-2011
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Ga.
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clutch replacement

I caught your thread can't help sorry. I have 93 also and will need to replace slave cylinder. I have no problem bleeding mine at the transmission. Are you bleeding it like brakes with someone pressing the clutch while you open relieve valve on slave cylinder?

? on your clutch replacement. Did you resurface the flywheel? And what was the cost?

Thanks and good luck on your ranger.
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