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M5OD Clutch bleeding


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Recently picked up a 93 Ranger with a 5 speed. The clutch line was replaced before I bought it and I don't think all the air is bled out. Anybody know the proper procedure for bleeding? As usual I'm finding conflicting info. on the net and I tend to trust you guys more than the general internet public. TIA.

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It appears the NV has an external slave then? The Mazda is internal and I'm pretty sure the trans has to come out to change it. Kind of makes this method N/A for my application but would work well if everything is getting replaced.

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