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Ok I know my next project will be new SS brake lines and new fluid.
I have a 06 Mustang GT. My question is when I go to bleed the brake lines to replace the fluid and the Resivior is split. How hard is it going to be to also replace the fluid for the clutch and bleed it as well. The slave cylinder is tucked away with the transmission will I have to unbolt the transmission in order to bleed the whole system?? It just seems to me best to do them at the same time but what would the procedure be? I don't want the front with new fluid for the brakes and spent fluid in the rear supporting the clutch.
Any help from the manual 5 speed owners or a Tech who has completed this fluid change will help greatly.

T Wayne in Iraq.
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I remember coming across this a couple of times and just tracked down the procedure to post here. It says you need a typical bleeder kit plus a vacuum pump to attach to the master cylinder since the clutch bleed screw is virtually impossible to access.

I hope this helps my friend.

http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/1002625-post86.html
 

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Thanks Again

My search yielded 0. Thanks again J this will keep me out of trouble for a couple days when I return home.

Terry
 
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