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Bleeding clutch clutch master and slave replaced for low pedal and grinding. Have bleed it twice, still grinds in reverse

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Sounds as if it not being bled properly. or the pilot bearing is not letting the input shaft on the trans stop from spinning. has the cluth ben replaced also?

Posted on Oct 28, 2012

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somthing is leaaking down then from what your desribing. probably the slave is it leaking fluid into the bellhousing?? these do trap air badly too because the bleeder is on the rear of the slave and it runs down hill with the drive train. jack the rear of truck as high as possible to get the air to rise to bleeder and bleed again

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SOURCE: MASTER/SLAVE Clutch Problem

you need to bench bleed it before you put in on the car.what that means is you need to puy fluid in it and put pressure on the push rod to force fluid through the ports then put it on the car

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SOURCE: New clutch, new slave cylinder,

check and make shear that your slave cylinder is bled out all the way

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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So you installed a new transmission and a whole new clutch kit? Did the kit include the pressure plate, clutch, throw out bearing and slave cylinder? Did you bleed the slave cylinder? The low and soft pedal is a clear sign that there is air in the hydraulic system. The loud noise after that tells me you're either grinding the gear trying to shift or there is a problem inside the transmission itself. If you installed everything correctly and torqued all the bolts correctly in the clutch assembly and transmission, then try bleeding the slave cylinder again, sometimes air gets trapped in the cylinder and it's hard to get out, If you let the clutch master cylinder run dry while you either had the clutch apart or while you were bleeding the clutch, then you have to start from scratch and re-bleed the whole system.

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