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Q: Clutch not disengaging

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I recently replaced the clutch pedal, clutch, and transmission. The clutch pedal does not seem like it is disengaging the clutch after the vehicle has warmed up.

A: You likely need to bleed the pressure out o...

You likely need to bleed the pressure out of the hydraulic system. Improper installation could also have caused the problems. I would have a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, inspect your clutch issue and make the needed repairs needed to have this issue resolved.

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