SLave cylinder replacement on 1999 Chevrolet S10

I have replaced my slave cylinder and bled the system. If I have someone depress the clutch, should i be able to see clutch move. and if yes why am I not seeing it move.

by in Waterville, NY on May 14, 2013
2 answers
ANSWER by on May 14, 2013
do you feel resistance while pressing pedal? if not you may still have air in system
ANSWER by on May 14, 2013
Also, possible master cylinder problem. Keeping it full of fluid while bleeding? Takes a bunch of bleeding to get all air out!
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