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Old 11-02-2011, 12:39 AM
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Im new to the MT world and prelude it been great but, this has been a concern.
So when I ease off my clutch pedal i hear a pop and I feel it on my foot
so this started to happen when my new clutch and flywheel was installed
any suggestion are welcome.
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Re: clutch pedal problem

You may have an air pocket in the system try bleeding the fluid. Also check master cylinder it may have gone bad. Also check your fluid and make sure its clean...I came across this the other day it helped with my nissan

EVERYONE, change your clutch fluid!!!!!!! : G35 and G37 Engine, Drivetrain & Tuning

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Re: clutch pedal problem

go back to the shop who installed it nmake them look at it. Easiest thing to do
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Re: clutch pedal problem

For sure! But go back to the shop with an idea of what's going on so you don't get taken advantage of.
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Re: clutch pedal problem

I got my master cylinder changes at a Professional shop about 4 weeks ago and they would charge me 450 dollars for the clutch and flywheel i was like f* that so i drove south to Mexico( i live like 30 mins away) and some guy charged me like 40 dollars. I guess i get wat i pay for.
So ima change the fluid on it an get it blead
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Re: clutch pedal problem

check the boot that's on the slave cylinder.
No more CLUTCH PROBLEM threads!!!


when boots like that pop off, they usually make a popping sound.
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Re: clutch pedal problem

yeah its a popping noise thanks for the info ima check it out tonite
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