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I recently had a leaking Clutch slave cylinder with typical symptoms of it sitting on the floor after sitting. A few pumps and it would rebuild pressure and work without a problem. I replaced the clutch slave cylinder, master cylinder, hydraulic line, and the master cylinder reservoir (I broke the tab off trying to remove the hydraulic line). I bled the entire system multiple times, both manually pressing the pedal and releasing air as well as using an oil can at the slave cylinder and flowing hydraulic fluid up through the system. Ever since I performed the work, the clutch pedal comes up until approximately 1/2" prior to the top of the travel and stops. You can tell that the clutch is still slightly engaged when sitting in this position. If I pull the clutch pedal up the rest of the way with my toe it stays. The car drives fine and shifts fine. I am stumped on what is causing the lack of full travel. Could it be a bent clutch fork without any other symptoms?
 

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