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You can bleed the system with the bleeder screw coming out of the slave just like you would do brakes. There is a easier and better way if you have a hand vacuum pump. You remove the reservoir cap, and place a large plastic washer (liquid detergent bottle cut up) over it so you can pull a vacuum on the system. Under vacuum pump the pedal rapid full stroke 12 times then release the vacuum and pump it 12 more times. Do this about 3 cycles to bleed the air out.
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I gave you 2 methods of bleeding this clutch system. Which one are you saying is not successful?
Yes I have bleed a Ranger. maybe 400-500 of them. About 3000-4000 total vehicles. I am a Ford transmission tech.
Ford recommends the bleeder screw method. I prefer the vacuum method I mentioned.
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