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I replaced my slave cylinder and i still have to pump the clutch to shift.what is my problem.

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The master cylinder could be bad or a leak in the system causeeing it to **** in air. Also make sure that when you bled the slave cylinder you got all the air out and that the line is tight and the bleeder is closed the whole way. These are the only components of the hydraulics, the mastercylinder, slave cylinder, and the lines. The need to pump it indicates air in the system so check carefully.

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Did you bleed out all the air?? if so and you still dont have pedal, then you will need to replace the clutch master cylinder.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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