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I PUT A NEW CLUTCH ON AUDI A4 PLUS A CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER BUT SOMETIMES IT DOESNT ENGAGE GEARS

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Does it do it on all gears? Did you change the flywheel or just resurfaced it. If it does it only on some gears then it could be a bad synchro. If it does it on ll gears and you chnged the master cylinder, try bleeding the system out or adjust your clutch pedal.

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