Shifting Issues

 Created by: Smithengineered
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Jul 17, 2019 04:42PM Smithengineered  
Jul 17, 2019 03:56PM onetim Edited: Jul 17, 2019 04:50PM 
Jul 17, 2019 02:34PM Smithengineered  
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 Posted: Jul 17, 2019 04:42PM
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Originally Posted by onetim
A good tip posted in the past here is have someone oust the clutch to the floor while you look behind the slave rubber cap to see the the piston travels all the way to the snap ring. If not there is still air in the system, or worn parts.
I’ll check that out. Thanks 

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A good tip posted in the past here is have someone push the clutch to the floor while you look behind the slave rubber cap to see if the piston travels all the way to the snap ring. If not there is still air in the system, or worn parts.

 Posted: Jul 17, 2019 02:34PM
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Hello, about a month ago my 1973 Innocenti quit going into gear while driving. I replaced the clutch master, slave, upgraded to a steel braided clutch line, new clevis pins, new heavy duty arm, new heavy duty throwout bearing and a new plunger. This is a pre verto clutch assembly. After getting it all back together I took it for a test ride and first, second gear shift great. Going from second to third it sometimes does not want to go, sometimes have to double clutch or slow down go back into second then shift back to third same thing going from third to fourth. This was not a issue before replacing the parts. Any insight is greatly appreciated! Thanks, David