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Old 01-19-2015, 05:37 AM   #1
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New clutch then no pressure

I have a 2010 gt I put in a new stage one clutch and slave cylinder day before thanks giving was driving good for like two weeks then was gone for three weeks I come back and drive for three days then all of a sudden my clutch starts loosing pressure while driving to where it was engaging at floorboard but cantbwait shift while engine is running but when off I can run through all gears I start it with clutch in and it lurches forward. I tried bleeding clutch every way and has done nothing if anything it just gets worse I replaced the clutch master cylinder hoping it was the issue but did nothing the first half off the travel has no pressure then the rest of the way has good pressure there are no leaks any where any one had similar issues I'm stumped I can't figure it out been working on it for a week now

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Check the connection on ur slave. Might have a loose connection, or a cracked B nut. Look for traces of a fluid leak around everything, including internals.
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or if you didn't do proper torque sequence on the clutch bolts I've seen the bolts back off before, if it was working perfectly then slowly started to fade the bolts could be backing off ! even the slightest amount will cause the exact problem your speaking of.. best of luck !


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Ok thanks I've replaced pretty much every thing in the clutch hydraulic system still isn't fixed to had it towed to a shop today

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