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Bleeding hyd clutch

(1990 Chevrolet S10)
in Port St. Lucie, FL on November 14, 2010
just installed new master cylinder and have tried several times to bleed air out. 2 person method does not work, Ive opened and closed slave cylinder bleeder valve several times and get fluid and bubbles every time. Possible leak in slave cylinder?
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on November 14, 2010
i made a bleader out of garden sprayer cut hose off sprayer put brass fittens to connet toanother hose is resavor made on mastercylinder or hose between it ,if hose is between m/c take hose off get like hose connter to connect them together clamp all place where put hose together fill garden sprayer with brake fliud pump up then open bleader valve let all air out . i had a honda accord put clutch in it clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder worked on 2 days tring to bleed and get pedal up did what i told you 30 min it was fixed
on November 14, 2010
possible. it is tough to get all the air out. open the bleeder and let it gravity bleed to purge the air. if not, then you may be pulling air in from the slave.

Roy
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