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Old 08-30-2013, 09:37 PM   #1
 
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Default Clutch question about my 5.0 for the experts.

So I have noticed that everytime I do a 1-4 speed shift or power shift run, when letting off and shifting into 5th, the clutch pedal is rock hard to push down. But right after that initial push, the next push in is completely normal. I assume I need the JHR clutch line, and the issue is the fluid movement through that tiny little line is being held up. But I figure I'd ask. Anyone experience this? I never had this issue in my last 5.0.
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I have never experienced that in mine. Does it feel like it is sticking, or is it just heavier?
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Just heavier. Not sticking at all.
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Does the clutch pedal still spring back normal after it is heavier? Or does it return slower?
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Yep thats fine.
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