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When I step on clutch pedal truck comes to stop also hard to shift gears. I replaced clutch kit but not the mster slave cylinder

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The clutch system is simple, master, slave ,clutch, lever,clutch.Go to the slave and get someone to pump the clutch pedal get a sm all spanner and when the person has pumped the pedal lets say 10 times tell them to hold the pedal in and dont let it out until you have opened the bleed screw and reliesed the fluid out tighten and continue until the air is out of the system what im telling you is [air] in the system work back and you will find the culpert .please rate this answer.adrian,,,,,,

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