I can't bleed the hydrolic system because there is no bleeder points does anyone have any idea how to get the air out of the sytem
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1994 Ford Ranger Question: I replaced the clutch and master cylender in a 1994 ford ranger. 3.0
Answer #1pushrod January 13, 2014, 23:30Master
The bleeder is down at the transmission on the slave cylinder. Which is also part of the clutch release bearing. The slave cylinder itself is inside the clutch/bell housing and not accessable without trans removal~! The bleeder sticks out through the drivers side of that housing.
Replynavejar13, January 14, 2014, 16:00Rookie
Now is the bleeder the little cert fitting on the sid where the line goes in
Replypushrod, January 14, 2014, 16:08Master
You got it!
Replynavejar13, January 14, 2014, 16:27Rookie
Thank you ill leyt you know how it goes..... Hey I'm sorry i diddnt replace the master cylender it was the slave cylender the one insidw the yransmission. does that make a diffrence in the situation?
Replypushrod, January 14, 2014, 21:38Master
No, as long as the master cyl is ok bleeding should do it. Open the bleeder and let gravity help you out to start with, keep fluid in the master at all times!!
Answer #2G. T. Service Center (2255 Answers) , Stephenville, TX - (254) 638-3236ProfessorG January 14, 2014, 05:55Master
If you have air in the system it will be a bi**h to bleed. Hold the plunger to the slave cylinder back into the housing, loosen the bleeder and let it drain until no air. ensure the resivoir stays full of fluid, then install the slave and pump until it pumps up, maybe have to bleed air once more.
Answer #3Greg's Orange Auto (11856 Answers) , Orange, CA - (714) 361-9386globalhelper January 14, 2014, 06:33Master
I TAKES YOU AND A FRIEND TO BLEED SYSTEM,JUST LIKE BRAKES