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I just replace slave, master and line. Pre bleed the line and master together, connected it all together once I got the tranny back up and mounted when to do the final bleed out with it connected to the slave but the pedal is sluggish. I did break the cream plastic piece on the safety interlock but used some zip Ties don?t know if that would affect it, but when I was installing it the pedal rod did disconnect from the master and I pushed it back in did that allow air into the master? Pls help I?m about to pull my hair out aha
 

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You're probably not fully bled. Does the clutch perform as it should otherwise? Fully engages and fully releases? I'd also find a replacement for the interlock, wire ties aren't much for punishment.
 

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What was the reason for replacing hydraulic side initially ? As suggested , try bleeding again and check operation of clutch lever when someone operates pedal .
 
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