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Author Topic:   bleeding a falcon
donjuan12
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posted March 23, 2004 06:09 AM
We just installed one also. The clutch on ours is very easy to push in as well. Just from practicing moving forwards and backwards in the driveway, there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of throw. It's either engaged or disengaged. However, that could just be from my heavy left foot not being used to pressing in on the clutch to move foward.

The hardest part for me is if the car starts to die when taking off (pushing in the clutch to fast usually ), it's tough to let OUT on the clutch and give it some gas to keep from killing it. You want to press in instead, which will kill it for sure.

x13jc
Member
posted March 23, 2004 08:49 AM
leave the bleeder open and push down pedal multiple times, you may have to refill your master cylinder. we blew a braided brake line apart when i pushed too hard on pedal, we had that much pressure.

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