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Clutch wont engage

I bled the clutch. any idea wat internal problems could it be.

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Was it engaging before you bled it?

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Are you sure that you have all the air out of the line????At the lowest point in the line, break the line and pump fluid all the way thru, without empty the resv.!!! Do this about 3-times and you should have all the air out.

Are you sure the the clutch is pumping up and not bleeding bad thru????

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