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12-08-2011, 12:55 PM #1
replaced slave cylinder on 03 silverado
now we cant get it to build pressure in the clutch. We have tried bleeding both master and slave with no luck. We thought there may have been something in the line as the master came from the junk yard. So we blew it out with a air hose and we can get air to go threw the line just no fluid. we even hooked a vacuum pump to it and still hardly anything. We can get a lil fluid to bleed but not to where its streaming out. The slave is new btw and the master is used. Any ideas?
12-08-2011, 05:59 PM #2
If the yard cylinder was dry it might be bad. Can loosen bleeders .. keep eye on fluid not let run low .. gravity bleed .
Let fluid run through till you see at first bleeder tighten it ... go to trans loosen line .. when you see fluid there tighten .
Then bleed making sure pedal goes to floor pull back up till bleed.
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