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I was told to bleed the clutch from the slave cylinder, but I don't know where to look for it on my 1991 4runner this is all new to me, but I have to do the work myself? ??

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I was told to bleed the clutch from the slave cylinder, but I don't know where to look for it on my 1991 4runner this is all new to me, but I have to do the work myself? ??

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Drivers side under the truck attached to the bell-housing,
Bleeder is on the sie of the slave cylinder.
Generic diagram but you'll see it right away when ya crawl under your truck.
 

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Drivers side under the truck attached to the bell-housing,
Bleeder is on the sie of the slave cylinder.
Generic diagram but you'll see it right away when ya crawl under your truck.
Soon as it's light out I'll check

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If bleeding doesn't work, you'll have to replace both clutch slave and clutch master.
Sometimes I'm getting some bounce back but haven't tried in gear yet, 1st and 2nd it really stuck


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I was told to bleed the clutch from the slave cylinder, but I don't know where to look for it on my 1991 4runner this is all new to me, but I have to do the work myself? ??

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Does anybody have another suggestion, I replaced the master and slave cylinder, bleed it, made adjustment and it still seems to want to stick?

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