1986 Chevy truck slave cylinder

How do we bleed the line and get some pressure to the clutch
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==============Stephanie Underwood wrote:

I will now attempt to be as pointedly precise in my proceedural explanation..............as you were in providing system identification.
Open bleeder Push down pedal
Close bleeder Release pedal Analyze resevoir level Put cap back on
Pump pedal 3 times Open bleeder See any air? Try again till all air is gone, or frustrated enough to quit.
or.....post year, make, model.......... and why yer have'n to bleeed the system..............
and i'll try again.
~:~ MarshMonster ~sips his coffee........~ ~:~
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My husbands truck is a perpetual nightmare. Seemed to have replace
everything. Mechanic recommended this but now we are not sure this i the problem. We will try your suggestion. Appreciate the reply
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