okay i had the same problem. Archies method didnt work for me.
front higher than rear, open slave all the way, drain into canister until its a non black liquid. dont let the master dry out, keep it filled properly and then replace the bleeder tight. and your done.
Also, archie says it doesnt work but i have proved him wrong, take the rod at the end of the slave cylinder out, and make a longer one, you will have to experiment for your car, about what length you will need and then replace it, it made my clutch work really well! i only have to push it in half way for it to fully disengage!!
Also this is a goofy thing but i was messin with the shifter linkages. and the cables were floppin around on the mounts under the center consol, so i took the clips that hold them down and flipped them, this made a huge difference, no more play, just smoothe shifting!
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