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1992 Honda Prelude: I replaxed the external clutch slave cylinder, bit could not bleed it because my clutch would not compress, it had no tension at all. Im at loss on how to get my clutch to compress now so i can bleed the slave cylinder.

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The clutch will not compress till the system is bled, try gravity bleeding then pressure bleeding

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