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While the bleeder valve is open on the slave cylinder, you will have to push back on the shift fork with a prybar. This will allow you to get the air out of the system. Make sure you have somebody holding the pedal down while bleeding and checking the fluid level, since the master cylinder does not hold a lot of fluid.

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THE VERY MAIN THING IS MAKE SURE FLUID PIPE LINES ON BOTH ARE VERY TIGHT AND INSTALLED RIGHT WAY,THE REASON FOR THAT IS YOU JUST NEED TO BLEED THEM ONCE,GRAVITY BLEED OR VACUUM BLEED

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