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No clutch pressure

(1990 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup)
in Boaz, AL on July 04, 2010
i recentally put a new clutch, clucth master cylinder,and slave cylinder in my 89 chevy 4x4 but how i have lost all pressure at the clutch. I have tried bleeding the system several times with no results. Any ideas on what to do?
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on July 04, 2010
Probably one of the 2 components is bad and if you rebuild them both if should work start with a new clutch master cylinder rebuild kit http://www.napaonline.com/Search/MultiImagePopup.aspx?ImageIndex=0&A=UBP1956_0069506800&An=599001+599999+101989+109999+50014+59999+2014025+3999999+12731+12740 you can see the plunger Assembly in the picture and it could have dried out or distorted during the clutch replacement available at your local Napa auto parts
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