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Old 06-29-2009, 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by henny496
Thanks for that info. The problem is trying to get someone to help
I will see what I can do
Tom
Help? What's that??

You are talking to a guy who rebuilt a TH400 tranny- with the tranny still in the car! I can't count all the AT's I've changed by myself. It's all in how you hold your mouth.

Take a bungee cord. Wrap/strap that mother around the pedal and whatever's close enough that it can be used to hold the pedal down.

Now, at your leisure, go back up to where the slave is at, crack the bleeder, and let the air out.

Repeat, pumping the pedal gently between bleeds.
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