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New clutch not working properly really could use some help

I have a 91 toyota truck just changed the clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, pilot bearing, and the slave cylinder. Now the truck does not want to go into gear properly and the clutch is letting out at the floor all at once. I did bleed the the system at the slave cylinder I dont know what else could be wrong any ideas??????

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My best guess on this, assuming that the clutch master is working and it has no air remaining in the system is that you either have the wrong throwout bearing in there or that it is installed incorrectly. Also, rare but can happen is that if the pressure plate assembly is a rebuilt one, the face has been cut too far and clearances are off.
Obviously, check everything external before taking it apart again, but that's where I think you will need to go.

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