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92 isuzu trooper

I put a new slave cylinder in and it holds some pressure but when i try to bleed it, all its doing is leaking fluid could it be that i need a new master cylinder?

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  • blarneydog2 Nov 11, 2008

    im not sure but i do know that its pretty old and rusted as i got the trooper for nothing and had to put new clutch and a few other things but i sure love it hadnt really spent too much on it thats why i thought it might be the master cylinder.

  • blarneydog2 Nov 11, 2008

    i would appreciate any help i can get right now as im not sure if he really knows for sure if he knows but he did put the clutch in it but it would help me out alot if you could explain to me on how to do it.

  • paul erickson
    paul erickson May 11, 2010

    is the master cyl leaking if yes then you will have to replace it.

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The master cyl would be the weak link in the system
they somtimes can be hard to bleed if you have a problem let me know we will help

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

  • paul erickson
    paul erickson Nov 11, 2008

    i like to back bleed clutch systems

    what i use is jus a pump oil can with brake fluid in it and a hose to hook to the slave cyl bleeder and pump it untill the master cyl is full.

    thsi is called back bleeding

    and snap on sell a kit for $300 that does the same thing for 10 bucks

  • ROBERT RICHIE
    ROBERT RICHIE Feb 10, 2014

    awesome thanku

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