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Clutch My friend replaced the clutch. All went well. However it wasnt the problem. The slave seems to loose pressure as soon as you push it in. You can actually watch it move back even when your holding the pedal to the floor. I replaced the slave. Same problem. Do you bleed slaves like brakes? Could the clutch master be bad?

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Yes, you have to bleed the air out of it....Good Luck!!!

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