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I have a 1990 Isuzu trooper i am wondering what is n line between the clutch master cylinder and the slave cylinder

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You mean brake fluid?? There should be nothing in between the master and slave, unless you have a switch of some sort, but being that old, I doubt it. I really don't understand your question, but hope this helps.

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