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SLave cylinder replacement

(1999 Chevrolet S10)
in Waterville, NY on May 14, 2013
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.
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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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of Greg's Orange Auto on May 14, 2013
do you feel resistance while pressing pedal? if not you may still have air in system
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