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I had a LOT of trouble bleeding the clutch on my 95 trooper. The mighty vac didn't work and neither did the one man bleeder. Turns out on mine the metal clutch line from the master came UP from the master then down towards the slave.
The metal line was higher than the masters fluid level leaving an air pocket I couldn't get rid of. My fix was......
I used the mighty vac but this time I put teflon tape on the slave bleeder. I finally got enough vacuum to pull the fluid UP through the air bubble at the master. Now after doing that trick I can bleed my clutch in minutes instead of hours.
 
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