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1995 gmc sierra clutch pressure problem

Just blew the clutch in my truck and replaced the hydralic line and slave cylinda. bled the line out but when i pump the pedal there is still no pressure and its making a "gurggling" noise up around the master/firewall. anyone have any ideas?

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Could be wrong here but sure sounds like its out of fluid at the "master cylinder" look near the brake master cylinder for a seperate little container for the clutch. bleeding is tricky because it is small and wants to run out of fluid quick. you have to keep adding each time you bleed. Hope I helped. Thanks

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