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 DIY: How to Bleed the Hydraulic Line in a Ford Ranger Clutch?

Answer The Ford hydraulic clutch system consists of a clutch pedal, master cylinder, flexible hard line and a slave cylinder with a bleed screw located in the transmission bell housing.
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