If you have an internal slave cylinder look on the passenger side of the bell housing. Hold the larger of the fittings with one wrench and the smaller is 1/4". If it is an external it may not have a bleeder. Then you will have to remove the slave with piston pointed at the ground. Pump the piston by hand 10-20 times with cap off of master cylinder. Wait ten minutes repeat and you should be good works for me.
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