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Sorry my car is Audi A3 2000model 1.8 non turbo. i just changed my slave master cylinder and i tried to bleed my clutch but it doesn't get up. what could be a problem?

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The master cylinder slave or cylinder
or both

slave cylinder failure
slave cylinder in inside gearbox housing gear bo out to fix

if replaced both ...still air in the system

if still no better a clutch fork or clutch problem..gearbox out



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