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My first time changing the master cylinder

I just replaced my clutch master cylinder on my 00 accord. i have not yet bleed it, once i do it should work normal as far as the pedale coming back up

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Im not 2 sure what your problem is but, once you bleed the lines the pedal will or should work normally if u did it properly

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