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I have to order a new slave. No matter if I bench bleed or bleed on vehicle the slave never comes all the way out. I was able to get a pry bar and push it all the way and I marked it to see how far the clutch fork goes. It's engaging the pressure plate for sure. For now to get it done fast I'm getting a cheap slave local and ordering an OEM on standby.

Brennan mentioned to just leave the slave hooked up and just unbolt it. I don't know why I didn't think of. I'm so use to having to disconnect it on other vehicles and I guess I got wrench happy. Slaves or masters don't like sitting empty for log periods of time. They will rust internally and seals will dry rot. Lesson learned.
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Well damn. That sucks. But at least ya figured it what was going on. And the cause behind it (lesson learned the hard way)

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I bench bleed the master twice and no bubbles what so ever. The slave kept putting out bubbles and wouldn't come all the way out. I have to see what the new one does before I conclude the stock one is bad.
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I had to take the trans back out. I'm glad I did because I learned what I can do to make it easier next time just in case of a trail repair or clutch change. I highly recommend massaging the area in the pic with a ballpeen hammer and cutting off the tip indicated in the photo.
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Got the trans back in and everything ops check fine. I'm buttoning up today and hopefully it will be on the road tonight or tomorrow. Making the adjustments to the trans tunnel and cutting the tip off top of the trans made it a lot easier. Be sure to install the crank sensor after the trans. If you install the trans you risk damaging the sensor during the install. Don't forget to refer to a few posts back when I knotched the crank sensor location on the adapter plate so it can be removed and installed easier.
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This is how you route the serpentine. And don't forget to cap off the outlet by the thermostat. I used a stainless bolt untill I install something prettier.
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