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Why would you be unable to build any pressure on your clutch pedal after changing both slaves putting a kit in the masters and bleeding both?


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2004-09-10 09:08:51
2004-09-10 09:08:51

Sometimes it is very hard to get all of the air out of the clutch. You just have to keep bleeding. Avoid pumping the pedal as that mixes air in the fluid. Just press it down one pump at a time and wait 5 seconds between pumps./


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