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Theres no clutch at all even though we replaced the clutch master assembly already

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  • alex metro
    alex metro Sep 30, 2010

    Have you bled the clutch and checked the slave cylinder?



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Must be that the settings are not done and the play is not set to keep the clutch to move the transmission.
So while the assembly was set up the adjustments were not done to set it aligned, so I advice to set this up once again so that the clutch get the reaction with a slight play only.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

  • hotchik_mae Sep 30, 2010

    we keep on bleeding the master for it to be able to supply up to the secondary kit yet it wont make it there is no emough pressure wat will do?



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