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i've had a master problem befor and i the only around it i found was buying a new one becuase they come pre bred..and a quick snap clip thats kinda a one time use only.....and to warn you i paid 303$ for it..only dodge stocks parts for the clutch slave
i work in a full time mehcanic shop with 6 mehcanics...we couldn't find away around buying a new one....with getting a good pedal
02 Cummins 135km/ 5spd/ 90hp Bullydog/Super Chips FlashPaq/cold air intake/stright 4" exhausht/500hp South Bend Clutch/80hp jammer injectors/8" Bds Lift / On 35"s
i did one at work a few weeks back. all i did was on the slave cylinder, i pushed the pushrod all the way in and fill the cylinder right full of fluid and then put it back together. i replaced both the slave and the master. the pedal felts loose for a while but after just pushing it in and out for a while it started to work.
2001 Dodge 3500. Black sport fully loaded. 6 speed manual. 4X4. 40 hp injectors. Edge juice with attitude.
i have read that information and will do it as a last result. the biggest issue i have with that method is that i cant get the master cylinder pushrod out of the master cylinder to ease the removal process.
2002 Ram 2500 Quadcab, 4x4, 6spd,
Quadzilla XZT+/Quadzilla Xzillaraider Stacked,
Amsoil 4510, Muffler/Resonator in the dumpster, PureFlow Raptor
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