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Clutch Release Fork

So I'm having some issues with getting my clutch system to build any pressure. It seems to me as tho the release fork isn't pushing back on the slave as it should, thus causing my issue but I'm not sure. Should the release fork have any play at all when pushing it by hand? should it fully depress the slave cylinder? I just think this is the issue as all attempts at bleeding the system has failed after replacing the slave.
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Re: Clutch Release Fork

it works the other way around; its the slave cylinder that pushes the release fork.

even tho you said its a new slave, just to make sure its in good condition you should go squeeze/compress the piston of the slave. it shouldn't move at all. it also shouldn't leak any fluid from the boot.


so, if the slave is good, grab the fork with your hand and try to wiggle it (inside the tranny) up and down, left and right, and rotate it. again, it shouldn't move at all. if it does move, it's gonna move alottttt, which (usually) means the pivot ball in the tranny which the fork rotates on snapped off, which def would prevent proper clutch engagement and building up pressure.
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