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Here is a method of testing the condition of the master hydraulic clutch cylinder after the slave cylinder has been replaced.
Simulate the vehicle being parked on an incline for 12-24 hours. With the front end higher than the rear, at least 1 foot higher, Try to put it into reverse when it first gets started (cold). Mine wouldn't even go into reverse. I had to coast backwards until level and use 1st gear. (used master, new slave)
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