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A good scrub with the wire brush and loads of releasing fluid always helps. A broken bleeder could mean replacing a caliper or such. A good quality spanner always helps a slight tigthen (just the least amount) before loosening can also assist.
Do a search of the net for Ford Focus clutch master cylinder - there are loads of posts on various forums regarding them.
Some seem to think its an easy job whilst others think it is a pig
awesome, the only thing thats worrying me about doing the brake fluid is getting the bleed screws out! however..
I have had a good search on the net and the majority of the places are saying its quite easy when the lower part of the steering column is swung out the road, im hoping some common sense and my hanynes manual will keep me on the right track.
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2006 Ford Mondeo ST TDCI