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87 s10 2.5 4 speed wont go into gear ay all new cluch new slave and master cil good can anyone help me

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On this particular vehicle you must bleed the system correctly if not you'll keep having this problem you must use a bleeding pump feel the clutch pedal work if this information has be useful please let use know good luck

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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