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Clutch bleeding HELP!!!!

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ftn96, Mar 3, 2001.

  1. ftn96

    ftn96 1/2 ton status

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    Help me brothers. I just got thru bleeding the clutch my other vehicle (ford ranger 93). I did it like your supposed to, but I cant get the clutch to build any pressure. Any ideas?
    I gravity drained it. Then I tightened the bleeder, pumed and held the pedal down for 1-2 seconds then released. I did this 10 times. Then we pumed, then held the pedal down, while holding the pedal down, loosened the bleeder and let all the air out, then tightened the bleeder then slowly released the pedal to draw thr fluid down. NO LUCK!!! What am I missing here. Regardless that its a FORD, the bleeding process is still the same. HELP ME!!!!

    Thanks in advance!!!!!

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  2. jerseymudder

    jerseymudder Registered Member

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    PUT A HOSE ON THE BLEEDER, DRAW THE FLUID IN, THROUGH THE BLEEDER.
    IT'S THE ONLY WAY WE CAN BLEED MY BUDDY'S S-10.
    HOPE IT WORKS FOR YOU!!
     

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