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Old 08-09-2003, 01:29 PM
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Question 95 camero clutch

I have a 95 camero I just put a clutch in an now the clutch pedle feels like there is air in the line but the system was never open for air to get in. I tryed just pumping the clutch for two days and it still only works if I pump it up then shift then pump it to go to 2nd so on and so on. If anyone has a suggestion please let me know its my daily driver and I need to get it back on the road. Thank you.

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Old 08-09-2003, 10:10 PM
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bleed it.
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Old 08-09-2003, 10:39 PM
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You're a Wyoming Tech grad.........?

And asking a question like this?

This car has an integral slave cyl./throwout bearing doesn't it?

If so there should be an access for the bleeder valve somewhere on the bellhousing. Probably in close proximity to where the line enters through the bellhousing. Try bleeding it first. If bleeding doesn't solve the problem and you're not losing fluid through the slave cyl., you probably have a bad master cyl. I'm really just telling you thing you things you should know, being a WyoTech grad and all........

What does a 'Reconditioning Tech' do anyway?
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BST is right. If you have to pump it, most likely it either just has air in it or the m/c is bad. That is provided the parts that you installed are the right ones. I have seen where the disc or pressure plate were wrong and caused this. The fingers on the pressure plate can be too far in from a disc that is too thick or pressure plate with not enough off-set. This causes the release bearing to have to travel further to release the clutch. Also a flywheel that is supposed to be undercut, being machined wrong has the same effect. I am not familiar with that flywheel, so I don't know if that applies here.

I hope that isn't why you changed the clutch.
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Old 08-10-2003, 01:26 PM
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FYI its "Camaro"
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