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So I am changing my clutch master cylinder this weekend. Story is well the factory part that was on it is made of plastic and when I pushed the clutch pedal down the plastic push rod snapped. I bought a new one at AZ that is all metal. Now my question for you guys is, can anyone tell me the best/ easiest way to bleed the cylinder once ive installed? or does anyone have any good links to videos on this or anything? Thanks.
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here is a video for a ford ranger there are several on youtube http://youtu.be/Pd1KDCAhTLc

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Ok, i have a 1995 f150 with the 5.0, is it gunna be the same process?
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The ranger manual trans is a M5ODR1 and yours is a M5ODR2. The process will be very similar.



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So i got the master cylinder all changed out today, and i bled it just like that video in the link, and it worked out pretty good. The truck is driveable again, but the pedal feels a lil soft now. Im gunna try bleeding it again 2morrow and see if it works it out.
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Try back bleeding it. Get one of those little oil cans where you pump the handle. Put a hose over the spout and connect it to the bleeder screw, fill the can with brake fluid. Take the cap off the master cylinder, crack the bleeder screw loose and start pumping the can.

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thats the same way I do old Harley master cylinders, but I use a 60cc irrigation syringe


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I will give it a try. Thanks.


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