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I can not get presure to my slave cylinder - 1990 Nissan 300ZX

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Is there brake fluid in the resevoir Clutch master cylinder?
Try opening the bleeder on the slave and letting the gavity feed it to the slave....
when you have clean fluid flowing out of the slave... close the bleeder and refill the master...
check to see if there is any movement now...

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

  • SCOTT SUMMERS Feb 13, 2013

    DID THAT BUT STILL DONT WORK

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