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Ford F-250: bleed..I checked the clutch fluid reservoir and it looks

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How do I bleed the clutch on my Ford F-250? I checked the clutch fluid reservoir and it looks black.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 5 years ago.

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Here is how Ford states to bleed the clutch, download HERE. I choose to use a homemade reservoir cap made of rubber with a hole in it and a hand held vacuum pump. I pull the system into a 20 in hg vacuum then pump the pedal fast 10 times. Now release the vacuum and pump the pedal 10 times fast. I do this alternating back and forth till its resolved.

In the event your issue continue then I recommend a Ford kit which includes the slave and master and hose and reservoir, ready to install. You put it all on, and hit the pedal 3 times and its ready to go since its pre-bleed.

 

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