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I need help changing out the master cylinder in my '94 toyota 4x4 pickup truck. It is a 5speed, i have already changed out the slave cylinder and installed the master cylinder but i still can not get the clutch to engage.

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Did you bleed the system?? you must bleed the system from the clutch slave. if this has been done, I need more info!! How does the clutch pedal feel, is the clutch slave engaging at all??

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