Re: bleeding slave line?
Early slave didn't have the bleeder. Here's my method (and I've done this a lot on the old 94 that used to crack early slaves). Unclip the slave from the bellhousing. Unhook the clutch master cylinder rod from the pedal linkage. Hang the slave so everything is going uphill. Cycl the slave slowly by hand about ten times. Rehook everything back up and you should be good. If you don't feel like spending the time under the truck, you can also remove the master, line and slave as a unit and do the samething on the bench and reinstall. Cheers!
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