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95 Trooper clutch pedal travel only operates on the last third of

I have bled the system but the pedal travels 2/3 of the way before the clutch operates

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I used to have the same problem with my izuzu trooper there is an adjustment bolt at the back of the pedal near the fire wall of the car that has to be tightened if its not that then your slave cylinder might be going and you should get it replaced

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