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whenever i shift my rmps dont go down until like 5 seconds after i push the clutch in...does that mean my clutch is going or what?
This is true, even I have some air in my clutch. However I just have to press it down a little farther. It is not nearly as bad as she mentioned on her car.magik8 said:]it may not all come out using the manual bleed method. It seems that several people on this site have mentioned that they could not get all of the air out of their clutch system by bleeding it manually.
I also had this issue. I bled the system using a vacume pump bleeder. Works great.Panther37 said:This is true, even I have some air in my clutch. However I just have to press it down a little farther. It is not nearly as bad as she mentioned on her car.
Not to mention the beating her synchros are taking when she's changing gears with clutch incompletely disengaged.magik8 said:Well it's certainly not going to get any better. Eventually, you might get stuck in gear due to the release cylinder not releasing. That would definitely suck.