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I have changed my clutch on my kia sephia but he didn't have resistence at the pedal. I have bleed the systeme but always nothing and it have no escape.....

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Is there not a clutch cable on that model the adjustment is not right and if you have a slave cyl chances are the clutch was ok but the slave was no good so check for cable if none make sure that slave was bleed proper then you know slave no good to replace ps if positive and i mean positive the clutch installed was good, properly installed and the release bearning installed as well

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