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1986 22r 4x4 pick-up I need tips to replace clutch master cylinder and clutch release cylinder.

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Start with the slave (release) cylinder. First take off the line and plug it with a golf tee or a short piece of hose with a bolt in the end. Remove the slave cylinder. Fill the new one with fluid and do the reverse. Then do the same thing with the master cylinder being careful not to lose any fluid. You may need to add fluid and bleed the system when finished.

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