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How do u bleed the cluch slave cylinder

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There is no bleed provision for the master on this truck, it is a sealed unit that ships with fluid and pre bled.

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if the slave cylinder remaine intact on the hose from the master cylinder then there is no need to bleed the system
if the slave cylinder was inside the bell housing and you ahd to remove a hose to get the box out then yes it has to be bled and by the bleed niple on the sode of the bell housding
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It could be. Does either one drip? If not you might the Master Cylinder of the Clutch may be the only one to be in the need to replace. But it is a better choice to replace both. Some of the slave cylinders are a donut type that is built into the throw out bearing. That is a chore.

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find someone who knows how to bleed a system, just like bleeding brakes but with only 1 wheel cylinder. Helps if you tie a rope on the clutch pedal so the person inside the car can pull it back up when he is doing the pumpings between bleedings. Do not let a woman do that for you.
There could well have been a thin crush washer between the line and the slave which you neglected to replace with a new one when you reassembled, if that is not there you will never get it bled. It crushes down when you tighten it to seal the system and it only crushes once

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I have not tried myself but see if the link below will work for your case. It is not the same model as you have but most vehicles have the same components for the non electronic parts.

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I put a new clutch in it and every thang went good but went to ingag the clutch and it wont go in to gear in lees the truck is not streted when u put the truck in gear then step on the cluch it trys to go...

HI there... You might be right. If you can't put the truck into gear then you might have air in the slave. Try beeding it and see if that helps.

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