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Clutch WHILE I WAS BLEEDING MYCLUTCH LINE THEPEDAL WENT TO THE FLOOR AND STAYS THERE

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CLOSE BLEEDER SCREW AND PULL PEDAL BACK UP MANUALLY. CONTINUE BLEEDING THIS IS COMMON AS YOU LET THE PRESSURE OFF AND CYLINDER WONT PUSH BACK UP.ONCE YOU GET BLED SHOULD WORK FINE

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