how to bleed clutch on 2001 f350 7.3 disel 6 speed after slave and master cylinders have been installed with no bleeding screw
Year : 2001Make : FordModel: 350Engine: 7.3 disel
I am John Mc, a Ford dealer technician.
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To bleed the clutch in the truck you have to take the slave loose from the transmission and hold it with the line straight up. Now you pump the slave push rod to get the air out. I am posting the procedure from the Ford manual to further assist you.
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i replace the clutch master cylinder i can not get air out of lines it does not have bleeding screws
I understand this, if you read the procedure in the link it describes how to do this. The air will bleed up through the lines and to the reservoir.
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