Yes, I have both seals now going the same way, but the piston assembly seems to hang up in the bore. After putting everything back together, I put a screwdriver thu the clip that the clevis pin goes thru to attach to the clutch pedal, and push upwards into the cylinder. When I do this, I get one good push with pressure, and then the next push gets real easy because the cylinder hasn't returned to its initial position. It sort of sticks, then eventually after 20 seconds or so returns to its normal position. I was wondering if the spring is getting weak, and has difficulty returning the piston after compression. Is any of this common?. I want to make sure before re-installation that its working properly since its such a pain in the butt to keep putting it in and taking it out again.Thanks
email me off-line if you have any suggestions - randm1123 hotmail.com Thanks!
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