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I think this would be a good sticky. I couldn't find much information on little tips and tricks for bleeding the clutch master/slave cylinder.

I have a 98 K2500 4x4 that I just dropped the auto tranny out and installed the NV4500 standard. So I put in a new master, line, and clutch. I seem to be having problems with bleeding out the clutch system. I installed all 93 parts so I have the external slave cylinder. I do the pump, hold, bleed, but still have air in the lines. I have a soft pedal, and releases close to the floor (AIR?!)

Does anyone have any tips or tricks they use to bleed out the system?
 

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Mine is apparently impossible to bleed.
 
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