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Clutch went to the floor I bled it got it back up and working until I drove it. The clutch use to release almost at the end, now it releases where it should, but the clutch pedal travels 1/2 way befor

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    Ollie Kinslow Jan 12, 2013

    Could it just be the slave cylinder? it acts as if it looses pressure, I have had to add fluid to the master cylinder.

  • Leigh Perlmutter
    Leigh Perlmutter Jan 13, 2013

    If you keep having to add fluid, you have a leak, if not the seal on the master cylinder is leaking as you press in the clutch and you lose pressure. You may have to replace it!



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    Ollie Kinslow Jan 12, 2013

    to fix a bent clutch fork, won't I have to replace the clutch as well?


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Under the pedal is an adjustment screw on a shaft to regulate the pedal height. Work on it!

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