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how do i bleed my m5r2 clutch with a broken bleeder screw!?

85mustangman

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Got my 302 running perfect and finally hooked up the clutch line and could not get the bleeder broke free then it broke and the easy out broke. the clutch needs to be bled :(
 


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well i think they are a pain to bleed when they are new so i tihnk you will have to drop the trans and replace the slave
 

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That's not what I wanted to hear lol
 

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well i think i got it, not sure if its good for the slave cylinder but i got in there with a pry bar and compressed it several times, then worked the pedal hard and kept repeating until it would slide into gear with it running
 

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i still think you will have to change ur slave , i believe it's a 10 mm or 1/2inch for the bleeder break it loose i did not use that little wrench that came with the slave. before you install it on ur trans to make sure it works right then install
 

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