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I just finished a motor swap and cannot get the tranny to go into gear. It worked fine before the swap. I bled the slave cylinder multiple times shaved the back of the clutch pedal for more throw. Please help must embarress a bunch of blazers tomorrow who think they know what wheeling is. Appreciate all feed back Thanks..
 

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did you replace the clutch? if so did you use an aftermarket? i ran into the same problem with my 85 i used a clutch from advance auto(junk) i then pulled it out sucked it up went to toyota and bought a new one problem solved <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0">
 

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Yes I have a centerforce gold. I think it just might need breakin because I have been driving it this morning and it seems a little better but not quite right. Thanks.
 

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did you turn your flywheel? <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0">
 

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I would try adjusting the pedal. My Centerforce 2 had instructions on doing this. Also, they recommend a break-in period. Good luck.
 

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Originally posted by Live Wire:
<STRONG>I would try adjusting the pedal. My Centerforce 2 had instructions on doing this. Also, they recommend a break-in period. Good luck.</STRONG>
yes the brake in period is needed but not to make it work good just to were in the serfice and stuf but it should work as soon as you use it

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A while back,I replaced my clutch slave. All was fine until i replaced the clutch six months later. I had the mash the pedal to carpet just to get it the tranny to release from the flywheel.
The problem wasn't the clutch, but the push-rod on the replacement slave cylinder. It was SHORTER that the original Toy slave. I had to take it apart and install the old Toy push-rod into the newer clutch-slave.
 
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