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RIP 02 SVT 0209
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ok i spent the day putting in a new clutch master cyl
and it was a pain in the a$$ to bleed the cluth i had one of them
pump bleeder things and i dont think that was working to well cause im not sure if it was sucking up air from it not sealing right or what..
but after playing with that for about half an hour i did it the old fash.
way it only took like 10 min and i was not getting air..so i think it worked out ok..
now the car, when i go to start it it seems like i have to push it in more then before , but it feels just as stiff as before
the car starts and all but is it doing this cause the master cyl is new,
or do i need to bleed it more , or is i just a little crazy...

please help lol..[dunno]
 

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I've noticed differences in the "feel" of the slave after changing a master cylinder sometimes. Don't worry, as long as it's engaging and disengaging the clutch completely you should be fine. When was the last time you did a clutch? Did you change the slave cylinder then?
 

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well it shifts fine and all..
i got i new clutch put in over a year ago may about a year and a half
i dont think so on the slave
 
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