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How to bleed hydraulic slave/master cylinder on 1989chevy s10 pickup?

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Bleeding the slave cylinder is done just like bleeding your brake system.Just be sure that you keep enough fluid in the master cylinder so that you don't have to do it all over.Also make sure you have a steady stream of fluid.as you would with your brakes.

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