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I have a 92 chevy 1/2 ton 4x4 and i cant get the slave cylinder to bleed. it has new master cylinder and slave cylinder. we spent 2 hours trying to bleed it. any suggestions are great!

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    Dan May 30, 2010

    What did you guys do when you tried bleeding it?

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