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I'm working on a 94 Mazda B2300 (Ford Ranger)...I'm about this close to driving(pushing) this truck off the nearest cliff into a pit of lava! Does anybody know the secret to bleeding the clutch on one of these....I've bled plenty of clutches in my time, but this one isn't cooperating....Any clues? Hints? Suggestions? Thanks...
 

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my 97 ranger took forever to bleed. I think it was like 3 hours of bleeding before it started pumping up with pressure. And I wanted to push itno the lake.

It sucks keep at it and it will work eventually.

Kevin
 

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make sure the return spring on the pedal isn't allowing the weight of the pedal to keep the piston pushed past the transfer hole in the m/c
 
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