Question about 1994 BMW 3 Series
You can try regular bleeding by pumping pedal, also you can try a bleeding tool hooked to cylinder bleeder screw, and last a plastic bleeding siringe to push fluid through the bleeder screw into master, i would start with bleeding the master at the line first then go to the slave cylinder and if that doesnt work then try pushing fluid through bleeder screw into master.
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