My father inlaw has a 2000? Dodge CTD with manual transmission. I just installed a new clutch/slave cylinder assy on it not to long ago. He thinks its bad again. His complaint (not verified by me yet) is that at a stand still when trying to get into compound(low) it will not go in. He thinks the clutch pedal needs some form of adjustment to give it about a 1/4" more travel to completely release the clutch. I asked if the floor mat was wadded up under the pedal. I know the 80's fords had a bushing on the clutch rod that wore out and caused the same problem but I see nothing on the dodge that could cause this problem. Does anybody make an aftermarket setup that is better than the oem? Any info/input/questions are appreciated!
Check to see if its leaking or is low of fluid and bleed it some more, perhaps a little air still in it? I just did mine in my old jeep and the pedal was still bad so I had a buddy pump it and I bleed it again and its now much better.