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It's a 1989, N/A, 5 speed. I have replaced the master and slave a half dozen times
over the years without problems...using the pedal push and nipple bleed...even a vacuum
once. This time is a bitch.

Seems impossible to get the air out. New master, new clutch cylinder...I bleed it out...works fine for a few hours...then overnight the pedal goes back down to the floor...and the slave cylinder is again full of air...

There is no fluid leakage...no apparent drips...and the master reservoir level stays the same... any ideas on what is going on here? All the fittings are tight...

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try cracking the line at the master then push the pedal to the floor, close the line. pull the pedal out. this will bleed the master. try that a couple times until its a solid stream when pushing the pedal. make sure u hold the pedal to the floor when cracked open so u don't pull air back into the system, then proceed with the regular bleeding procedure
 
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