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Installed new engine and clutch.worked good . next morning engaged clutch backed up then had no pedal, replaced master and worked great'next mornig did same thing again.

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Hello archrace.

Did the fluid level drop?

Any fluid inside the firewall at the master clutch rod?

When you replaced the clutch did you install a new slave cylinder?

I have seen where an old slave would no longer have enough strength to push a new pressure plate
and leak out fluid.

Let me know.
KL

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