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Replaced master and slave clutch cylinders but

Clutch stopped working - replaced master and slave clutch cylinders but clutch still does not work- is there something else i need to look at?

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    i cannot get the system to be air free after replacing both master and slave cylinders

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If you replace and shure to make a good bleed on clutch fluid, then replace clutch disc

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

  • tukk Jan 05, 2013

    how do you bleed the clutch because there is no way to bleed it properly?

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