|Originally posted by newfiejeff:|
From what I can remember there is no play in the pedal. I need to push the pedal about half way or so before the slave starts to move, so I guess there is air.
Disconnect the master, bleed that back into itself, first, it may have air inside itself even if it is new.
bleed slave next, into a container, use clear lines to do this and you can see air bubbles if there are any.
make sure non of the mounting bolts are lose for the slave cylinder or anything that mounts the cables the clutch fork.
lots of things can cause this but it is just a matter of hunting it down.
Technology is great when it works,
and one big pain in the ass when it doesn't
Detroit iron rules all the rest are just toys.