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Replaced clutch, throw out bearing, pressure plate, master cylinder and slave cylinder. Some times you have clutch, sometimes you don't. You can bleed the lines and it will work for a little while then you have to repump the clutch up. any ideas. 2001 dodge ram short wheel base, 318

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