After installing new flywheel clutch and pressure plate I'm trying to push the slave cylinder rod back into the slave cylinder forcing the fluid back to the clutch resevor just as you do when forcing a brake caliper back no matter how much I push on it it won't budge but loosen the slave bleader and the slave retract smoothly apon bleeding it I am worried that this was part of the problem in the beging that kept pressure on the throw out bearing and was the doom to all Should I be able to force the fluid back to resevor manualy?If so whats keeping it from returning clutch master maybe or do I need to loosen bleader and mount it to bell houseing and just go on worried if its keeping pressure on the new pressure plate going out of my mind" MAD DOG "
Clutch slave cylinder,why can I not push the rod back into the slave cylinder? on 1992 Chevrolet S10
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