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Old 01-01-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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New bentley manual and a few clutch removal questions:)

Ok so I got my new Bentley manual (woot woot!) buuuut I have a few questions ok So my clutch went soft about a month ago changed Ye slave and the master cylinders. Stayed the same. I did a cdv delete and am going to try to bleed one last time using my motive bleeder. But I'm curious If I could have broken my pivot pin ( where I'm pointing) ? Anyways if that's not it and I bleed again and nothing happens and if that's not it, then imma take apart the whole thing and put in a new clutch but do u know if I need the tool when installing a new pressure plate ? I figured that when I get a new clutch I just have to take of that little locking plate off and it's already adjusted ? I just need some clarification on whether or not it's necessary thanx!
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