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I had the clutch installed and everything seems to be in order and there are no leaks but the clutch will not bleed up

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Did you replace slave cyl ? if not you can open valve let it gravity drip for a good while see if you can get a good flow out if not might have to replace it. also on some after you let gravity try to work some times you may need to try to bleed over and over and over and over alot but if all of that fails replace it

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