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Hi!!
Here is where the bleeder screw is on the SLAVE/SECONDARY cylinder and the instructions to bleed the system.
Hydraulic System GMC SIERRA 1988-95 Models

  • Fill the clutch master cylinder with the proper grade and type fluid. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
  • Remove the slave cylinder retaining bolts. Hold the cylinder at about 45° angle with the bleeder at the highest point.
  • Have and assistant fully depress the clutch pedal. Open the bleeder screw. Repeat until all air is expelled from the system.
  • Be sure that the fluid level remains full in the clutch master cylinder throughout the bleeding procedure.
  • Install the slave cylinder.
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