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Bleeding clutch after replaceing hose
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    Default Bleeding clutch after replaceing hose

    I've got a 2002 Forester that was not returning th clutch pedal when applied. I was told that there were problems with the hose and should replace it. I have but for some reason, I can't get all the air out. I've bled plenty of brake systems an never had this problem. Any ideas?

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    If you have been bleeding the system for a while[half a quart], and air keeps comming out of the line...the clutch master cylinder may be pulling in air.

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