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Hopefully clutch bleed issues.

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    Hopefully clutch bleed issues.

    Well after hell of a time removing the trans and pilot bearing Got new clutch and all together and trans into place. Is it normal after the resivour empty for the pedal have nothing just stick to the floor? been bleeding with a mity vac and standard way. Would there be any other issues. car pulled it self into the shop but had a broken hub in the clutch so never really had a hydralic issue with the car. HELP PLEASE.

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    BUmp need some advice.

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    Yes it will stick to the floor - you will have to pull it up and down a coupe times than it should start to build some normal resistance.

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    If the master has been emptied, It will take a long ass time to do this. My first time took almost 2 hrs to bleed all the air out.

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    well got the pedal firm. just wont go into gear very easily also trys and creeps going into gear. Think the master cylinder isnt strong enough for the 11 in race clutch, thinking just order the tick master.

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    did you reused the slave or replace?


    What clutch did you install? Tell Tick prior to ordering to make sure theirs will work.

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    The slave needs to be bench bled if you didn't do that you will have a much harder time

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    Bleeding is the only step in a clutch swap that I f'ing hate.

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    Bleeding the clutch is really easy. Put the nozzle of the mity vac in the clutch reservoir hole, sticking it in the bottom of the hole, and pump on it about 10-15 times to develop suction. Go inside the car, and pump the clutch pedal. You should see the air coming out in the mity vac tube. You should get tension on the clutch pedal immediately. It is so easy, you will want to do it a few times so you dont feel guilty. I did. And plus one on the Tick, i just ordered mine.

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