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Clutch Problem The clutch does not work properly. Bleed the lines and works for awhile. Must bleed again after short drive. Replaced lines etc , cannot find leak. tried just about everything

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    pedal works then goes to the floor then later if u pump the pedal sometimes works again 4 a while then goes to the floor again

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Check your clutch pedal after several years the clutch pedal actually bends a bit causing your clutch throw to go just under tolerance, I disconnected the clutch master rod from the pedal, found a wrench the same size as the shaft on the clutch pedal where it connects to the master, and braced the wrench against the dash support beam and pulled the pedal toward the driver's seat, worked fine after. or you can buy a clutch master rod replacement online that is actually adjustable and fix it that way.

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Check your Master Cylinder

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