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Clutch wont let gears go in..

The clutch is soft and wont disengage to let the gears go in when the truck is has been blead and it seems like there is not air anymore,so i was wondering what the problem was?

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Was the clutch replaced?
Have you verified release travel?
open slave cylyder andv remove clutch fluid master cykider cover. permit gravity bleed untill fluid constantly drips, then close and refill. No pedal pump needed. let gravity bleed.

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