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The best way to bleed the system is to remove the cap and the inside rubber boot of the clutch master cylinder and fill the clutch master cylinder with fluid. Then pump the clutch pedal up and down by hand 10 to 20 times and let the vehicle sit for 10 minutes. This will allow the air to rise up through the clutch master cylinder. Do this with the engine off.
Then after 10 minutes, pump the pedal up and down 20 more times ending in the up position and wait anther 10 minutes. You will have to do this at least 5 to 6 times. If the pedal is still soft. Have some one sit in the truck and press down on the clutch pedal and loosen the bleeder screw on the clutch slave cylinder like you are bleeding the brakes. then close the bleeder off and let the clutch pedal up. The pump the pedal 10 to 20 times.
I need a diagram showing me where the slave clutch bleeder valve is located on the vehicle. I have pumped the pedal as stated but can't seem to get the air out of the line. I need to bleed the line but can't locate the bleeder valve.