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New clutch doesn't feel right. Replaced clutch, master cyl and slave cyl and hydraulic line. Bled the line. Its still a little hard to get into gear. The clutch pedal engages the clutch very extremely close to the floor. Any adjustments for this?

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If your sure you have gotten all the air out and all the components ie. clutch, pressure plate ect look to be ok, check the frame work that the clutch pedal is secured from (under the dash).

when they break loose, it causes the pedal to travel to far before the clutch is released all the way.

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This happens for a while untill everything settles,but the are adjustable slave cylinder rods,even after bleeding the system takes a while to work properly.

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