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Clutch still has no resistance (not engaged) even after bleeding

I got a hyundai excel 97, after i bleed the slave cylinder with dot 4 (dot 3 is recomended for my car) the clutch is not working at all (has no resistance).what do you think is the problem? i m sure i did the bleed properly, but i still can not find out what is wrong with my clutch? thanks

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Sounds to me that the slave cyl. is bad, they can go bad with no visable signs of leakage. If you bleed it numerious times and can't get a clutch than thats what it is. Unless you replaced the clutch and you forgot to remove the packing blocks in pressure plate, but not all clutch kits come with them, but there are some that do. Seeings you did not mention clutch replacement, i'am assuming you did not.

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