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SOURCE: My Chevy S10 1996 4.3L

You need to Bleed the slave cyl as well as the line.
Once you have the line Bled, push the slave syl's rod in as you open the bleeder screw, just the way you did it with the clutch pedal. Once you have the air out of the slave, you need to do the line once more.

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