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Having trouble bleeding a nissan cabstar can you help. changed the clutch slave cylinder now having problems bleeding it

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You need to pump the pedal hard then release the bleed nipple then before you foot hits the floor close the nipple quick,you may have to do this several times to get out the air that is rising quicker than you are pumping out the fluid.....

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