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    PLEASE HELP...no clutch pedal

    My Explorer has been down for 10 days now with this problem. I was having some difficulty shifting while standing still and decided to bleed the clutch. I screwed up and let the reservoir run dry. Clutch pedal lost all resistance. After unsuccessfully attempting to bleed for hours using the...
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    Manual Clutch Bleeding

    Thanks guys, I'm going to try using a Mityvac when I get home tonight. Was this method effective in drawing fluid into the master cylinder (I currently have no pedal). Also do I just hook up and start pumping (while adding fluid) or does the pedal need to be depressed. Ron
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    Manual Clutch Bleeding

    Based on the search of this topic that I performed, the clutch is a bitch to bleed. I suspected that I had air in the line and attempted to bleed. I hit the depressed and released the clutch with the bleed open and now the pedal moves freely...air into the master cylinder (whoops). Anyway, I...
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    subs in tailgate ???

    I am very happy with the 6X9 in the tailgate. Much better location for projecting sound forward and listening with the tailgate open. I also put 6X9 in the doors with very little modification (drilled two new mounting holes).
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    Drum Removal

    I used the ebrake method and worked perfectly...thanks everyone for you help. I highly suggest the ebrake method it this happens to anyone.
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    subs in tailgate ???

    6X9 in hatch I just finished installed two 6X9 speakers in the rear hatch. Worked well but I had to cut the inside rear hatch frame a little. They weigh down the door a little more but the hatch struts still hold it up fine. Works great. I would be more concerned with the vibration of...
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    Drum Removal

    I had no problem getting off the passenger side drum on my 94 Sport...retracted shoes and pulled right off. The drivers side appears to be frozen onto the axle hub. I have beaten, heated, used penetracting fluid, and yelled obscene words at the damn thing. Are there any tools or other hints for...
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