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Clutch release fork

Hey im sal i had to take my transmission down twice now because when I got it together i had no clutch I dont know if its the slave cylinder or something with the release fork its a 1992 chevy s10 pickup with a 5 speed trans

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You have to keep pumping it until it builds up than bleed until feel proper

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

  • B J WILSON Jun 18, 2008

    kepp bleeding the system

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Replace that throwout bearing and I think you will find all your troubles gone. Hopefully it hasnt ruined the pressure plate forks. if your pressure plate forks are good there is not need to replace the clutch though if there is lots of miles on it you might choose to go ahead and do it since the transmission will be out anyway. Of course that is a lot more money. the choice is yours though so dont let a shop talk you into it if you dont want to.
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