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No clutch pedal pressure

I lost the seal in my clutch slave cylinder and replaced it with no problem and the clutch pressure came back fine but I then noticed I had fluid leaking at the clutch pedal from the main cylinder so I replaced the main clutch cylinder and now cannot get the pedal pressure to pump up, I have bled the system over and over with no improvement, any advise? Thanks

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If you have an adjustable pedal try that and if it still doesnt fix then youll have to replace all the O rings, that dont work then just go to a garage cause it will be cheaper dude then tryin everything

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