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So I posted about a this the other day didn’t really get an answer but CMC and CSC just replaced and bled on the pressurized bleeder so no way it could be that so the other day it just wouldn’t go in gear at all and pedal is super soft so I tried to start it in gear and the car tried to move forward so why could this be?? Bad clutch, bad TOB, bad clutch fork, cables help me please I’m losing my mind!
 

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The clutch going to the floor or feeling soft is usually a sign of air in the system or very low fluid. Since the clutch was fine from the mechanic I would look for a leak in the system. Air may be getting from somewhere. If you know how to bleed the brakes with a gravity system or using a buddy I would do it myself and see if it fixes the problem if only temporarily. If it gets soft again then start looking for a loose connection or a line with a small hole. If it stays firm then never go back to the shop that bleed them.

If your clutch worked fine mechanically (went into gear easily and no slippage) before the new CMC & CSC and the pressure bleed then it is def an issue with the install or the pressurized bleed was incorrectly done. Bleeding them yourself will lyk which one it is.

Good luck and LMK what happens...
 
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