1990 9KT with 170K miles. All clutch components were replace about 65K miles ago. Within the past day or two the clutch pedal is engaging very low. If I pull the pedal towards me after each shift, engagement is higher, but not as high as usual. If I don't pull it back, engagement is almost at the bottom of the pedal travel. Does this sound like a master cylinder that is going bad? Could there be air in the system as I redid my brakes about two weeks ago? Should I bleed the system to see if that helps? Thanks in advance.
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