how do you bleed the clutch master and slave cylinders on 1995 Ford Ranger

bleeding the master and slave cylinders

by in Minneapolis, MN on June 23, 2011
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ANSWER by , June 23, 2011
When I worked at Ford and did this, I used to run a rubber vacuum line from the slave bleeder nipple to the reservoir of the clutch master cylinder, then I would open the slave nipple and pump the peddle until there were no bubbles in the clutch master cylinder reservoir. Then I may have to do a conventional type of bleed, but if you don't do the first step you will get no where.