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Old 09-16-2006, 10:33 PM
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having trouble with a clutch slave cylinder. have tried to bleed, and still not moving? getting fluid out, but no movement. brand new fly,and clutch kit, with slave. pulling out my hair and getting anywhere. HELP.
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Old 09-17-2006, 07:37 AM
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having trouble with a clutch slave cylinder. have tried to bleed, and still not moving? getting fluid out, but no movement. brand new fly,and clutch kit, with slave. pulling out my hair and getting anywhere. HELP.

Are you working on a 1979 Escort with a 2.3 engine, 5 speed trans axle?

they are trouble
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Old 09-17-2006, 09:13 AM
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do you have a pull or a push type slave?
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its a pull

its a pull design, 93 ford explorer 3.0l 4wd
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its a pull design, 93 ford explorer 3.0l 4wd

OIC.......I see the slave cyl was replaced, was the master cyl for the clutch replaced too?
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negitive the clutch fraged out so as long as i was in there i replaced the kit and slave. i have no pedal and no movement from the slave. i do get clean fluid from the slave, but no preasure behimd the pedal.
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how are you trying to bleed it?
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trying a power bleeder for a tranny shop and i've gone thru 5 qts of fluid in the first pass. i can now get it in gear with the engine off, but when the shifter is close to a gear wiht out being in gear the tranny wants to go. with no change if the clutch is in or not!? i must be doing somthing wrong. should the engine be running, or off? should the clutch pedal be in or out? really lost,
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