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I put in new slave cylinder in my 1999 dodge dakota and I can't

Get a pedal. It is a none bleeder i guess. But what can I do to fix this or could I have gotten a bad slave cylinder?

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If it has no bleed screw its a none bleeder.You have a bad one.

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  • make sure the pedal is off the floor in the up position
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