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Old February 13th, 2010, 10:27 PM   #1
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got a 5 speed just put a clutch in it but now cant get the hydraulic line back on its so hard of a compound rubber it wont go over the end of the hydraulic fiting on the trans and also if u no how to bleed this set up that wood be a graet help to???

ples help ?? thanks
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Old February 13th, 2010, 11:42 PM   #2
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what year f150 you working on?
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89 with a 351 i thank i got the clutch line on ok but i dont no how to bleed it now??
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89 with a 351 i thank i got the clutch line on ok but i dont no how to bleed it now??
Im pretty sure that is a internal slave cylinder like my explorer and my 97 f150. its a pain in the butt its kind of like bleeding brakes you will get it to where is feals ok and then just have to drive it and it will work the little bit of air that is left in there out.
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