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I have a '95 Isuzu Rodeo. Problem is the clutch is slipping. I have replaced the clutch twice, the master cylinder, and the slave cylinder. The only time it slips is if it has been driven for a long time or if it idles for more than a few minutes. I have bled the clutch a few times. This seems to help but it always goes back to slipping.

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Mine was just doing the same thing, replaced the entire clutch system and it still did it. I adjusted the clutch today and now it works great. Had to adjust the rod coming out of.the back of the master cylinder, a pain to get to but worth it. I was starting to freak out. :)

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Given what you're describing, I'd say that you air in the hydraulic system. Did you bench bleed the master and slave before installing them? If you can get a hold of a vacuum bleeder, you can simply do a fluid flush/exchange using it. Good luck! Sometimes getting those pockets of air out can be quite time consuming!

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