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Ofcourse!!!!Clutch

This is a discussion on Ofcourse!!!!Clutch within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; So i was driving the other day on my way home. Shifts fine alll the way but when i pull ...

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    Maple Red Metalic
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    Angry Ofcourse!!!!Clutch

    So i was driving the other day on my way home. Shifts fine alll the way but when i pull in the driveway and go to kick it out of gear it but it wouldnt. clutch stays engaged. so i bled the clutch and still no dice. the fucker only disengages about halfway. Got all my pedal just not disengaging all the way. ?????????????????????????????????

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    Maple Red Metalic
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    any ideas???????????

    Come on i know somebody knows whats goin on with it.little help

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    I can take a guess. I was having a simliar issue. Was your resovior low when you opened it to bleed it?

    I had a slave that was bad (leaking) and my pressure plate was bad. My clutch wouldnt disengage all the way at first, then i started losing the pedal. I just got done doing a LS7 clutch/flywheel and new slave.
    Last edited by RedSmokey; 04-10-2009 at 09:38 AM.

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    Maple Red Metalic
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    no but really nast and the rubber insert is missing the bottom out of it unless its suposed to be like that????

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    missing? Like theres a hole in it?

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    lol yeah like the whole bottom is gone. looks like it was cut with a razor once before. there is a breather hole in the cap to but ?????? neveer seen another so dont know.

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    I had the same problem. My clutch pedal would stick to the ground. The slave cylinder was cracked and there no fluid. When my mechanic got under there he noticed the clutch, pressure plate, and fly wheel were done. Through his connections it still was $1,600 to fix. Good luck.

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    Yep, a hydraulic clutch gives a few short clues before it's done, cause it automatically adjusts. Used to be able to adjust the clutch rod to get down the road awhile.

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