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For manual transmissions the master cylinder holds BRAKE fluid with a 2 ounce syringe filled with brake fluid and rubber hose on the end loosen bleeder screw on slave cylinder located on transmission near the engine squeeze the fluid into system master cylinder reservoir should start filling up this will force all air out the master tighten screw.
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