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Old 06-16-2005, 09:50 PM   #1
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I stared the car up tonight after the drill mod...I thought it would fix my problem (posted about it in another thread) but it didn't... there's still no pedal pressure and when I put the car in reverse to back it out of the garage it made this awful scraping noise.... what is wrong with my clutch?!
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It will grind if your clutch isn't disengaging, and chances are if you have no pedal pressure the clutch isn't disengaging. I would say bench bleed the master cylinder in the car and try again.

Just read your other thread, I don't know how you'd get air in your system all of a sudden like that, but it's worth a shot bleeding it.
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thanks for the info bro
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