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Bleeding the clutch fluid

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    Bleeding the clutch fluid

    My clutch is not even 10 months old and it seems like its starting to slip. I heard if you bleed it, it will fix the problem but if thats not it then i wont buy a piece of shit monster clutch again. It also makes some fucking loud ass beating noise at start up that i can feel and hear and its not coming from the motor.

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    did you change out the slave when you did the clutch?

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    Sounds like maybe a bad throw out bearing.

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    the throw out bearing was new but i did not change the slave when i replaced the clutch... i know the clutch cant be bad its not even a year old and i dont drive my car a lot.. Its like a knocking noise when i first start my car and it does it when i take off but when im cruising its fine. When i get on it, it seems like the clutch is slipping. It has me pretty pissed off. What should i do except for the obvious, drop the tranny.

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    When you say that the clutch seems like it is slipping, is it? Do the rpms rise, and you dont have acceleration at the same time? YOu can also test to see if the clutch is fully disengaging by putting the car in gear with the clutch pulled on flat ground. Rev the engine to half throttle and if the car moves at all, then it is not fully disengaged.

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    it doesnt do that when i rev it. Its not slipping but it seems like its lost a little performance especially once im into 2nd and 3rd gear. Something is definately clacking whenever i start to let out the clutch and start going. It doesnt do it though if i do it real slow and smooth but if i do it kind of aggressive its definately clacking like hell..

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