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Old Today, 07:39 AM   #21
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I just put in a clutch, flywheel, slave cylinder, and stainless line and even new trans fluid. I pumped the damn thing hundreds of times and even used a handheld vacuum on the reservoir. It wont disengage for 1st or 2nd and no chance of going in reverse. It shifts smooth with the car off but you can feel the jump when you pull it out of gear. Is there a better way to bleed the air out? I have been researching for a while and only see the hand held vacuum being used.
Forgot to ask. What Brand Clutch?
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Forgot to ask. What Brand Clutch?
Exedy mach 600 with the lightened steel flywheel

Edit: oops thought you were asking me lol
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I also read about master cylinder problems, mine is good I only have 25k on my car. I actually called Mcleod about the shim for the slave and they said no. I won t be dealing with it for yrs I dont have patience like that. I will keep you posted cause I'm gonna keep trying to bleed it then drop it off at a mustang shop.
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