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Clutch wont engage

I have a 94 gmc k1500 with a 5.7. Replaced the clutch, master, slave and line. I have bled the system and still have about an inch inch and half of play at the top of pedal.

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  • jeremynk May 30, 2009

    but it will go into gear. Just grinds trying to go into Reverse

  • jeremynk May 30, 2009

    will not go into gear

  • jeremynk May 30, 2009

    will not go into gear

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With the hydraulic systems, there is no adjustment. So what pedal travel you have is likely normal for that vehicle.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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    Eldric Venne May 30, 2009

    Will it go into gear easily with the vehicle not running? If so, something is not correct with the clutch. If not, you need a tranny.

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