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    Need a picture

    AFternoon,

    I need a picture on where to open up the floor board so I can bleed the clutch from inside the char. The post above no longer has a picture.

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    Why not get a mity vac and save yourself the trouble?

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    Yeah, pull a vacuum from the resevoir, works great, no mess.

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    I have heard this works great... how do U connect it up?
    Just courious!

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    open up the floor board to bleed the clutch!??

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    I was trying to not think about that... scary!
    I am more interested on the mini vac thing.

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    i am just trying to figure out why that was the first thought to bleed the clutch...any way yea def pull the vac from the resivior

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransAm11973 View Post
    i am just trying to figure out why that was the first thought to bleed the clutch...any way yea def pull the vac from the resivior
    Maybe beers were helping the thinking process?

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    yes i would hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransAm11973 View Post
    open up the floor board to bleed the clutch!??
    Yeah, I tried to ignore that too

    Some of the new Mihty vacs come with assorted rubber plugs that would go where the resivoir cap is. I used a rubber plug that has a port in it that came with my brake bleeder kit. Plugged it where the cap goes, hook vacuum supply to port (keep fluid level below plug level) pull 20-25"" pump pedal 10-15 times and wait 5 minutes. Repeat process two or three times. Works really well. New Mustangs don't have bleeders on clutch hydraulics, thats how I learned it. Hardest part is finding or making adapter for top of resivoir. You could get an extra cap, drill hole and put a nipple in for vacuum port.

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