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Old February 11th, 2007, 09:49 AM
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Clutch problem

My clutch stoped working the other day. All the sudden while driving I couldnt shift gears. I could use the Rpm's and slide it into gear to get home but the clutch wouldn't disingage. My first thought was to replace the slave cylinder since my fluid level was OK and I saw no leaking at the master cylinder. Well I replaced the slave cylinder however that didn't fix the problem. When I bleed the lines I do get fluid to pump down to the slave cylinder and the petal feels normal.
When I take off the slave cylinder I notice the ram only sticks out about an inch from the mounting flange at the bell housing. Does anybody know if this is normal or should it stick out farther?
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