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Hi,i have a ldv pilot and on the clutch the secondery resivwore broke so i replaced it and bled it but it still wont work,but when you first put it on there is a rod that goes on to the piston on the secondary resivware and then goes into the gear box .im just wondering if the other end ov the rod cud have come off or cud it be somethin else.thanks.

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Something isn't put together right or is out of adjustment. At the very least, a spring should be keeping the pedal up.

When you "bled the lines" did you also bled through the slave cylinder?

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