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1992 blazer clutch

New clutch,press.plate clutch fork,master and slave cly bled overand over plob 10 times cant find any air in sys still have no petel slave cly wont even build enough pressure to break the temp platic retaining strap

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These systems are a pain to get the air out of. Have an assistang push in on the pedal and push back on the slave cyl. and crack bleeder valve at the same time. Step on the clutch pedal slowly when doing this.

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You need to check that you are actually getting the full length of stroke from the master cylinder.
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