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Old 10-20-2002, 02:51 AM
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I have a Ford Ranger XLT and the ckutch went out on me. I cjecked the resevoir and it was empty. I refilled it and did the bleeding procedure and it still does not work. How long do you have to let the fluid run through to get it right? I let it run until I saw no bubbles in the plastic hose. About a minute or two. Closed the velve and got a friend to push the pedal to the floor and hold it. I released the valve again until the flow stopped and then closed it. The pedal is still mushy. I saw on another site that you need to let the line bleed for about 30 minutes. That would go through a LOT of fluid wouldn't it?
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