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How do i repair the slave cylinder on my 1998 cheyenne chevrolet?

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It is much cheaper to just replace and bleed and your done !!! I rebuild my explorer and learned by time i took the time and screwed around 1.2 hrs later, for $22 i could have done it with 15 min of time.

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