Short version of a much longer nightmare:
Went to bleed the clutch line 2 days ago, could never get any pressure in the system at all no matter what I did, had to get the car towed, spent 11 hours at repair shop, charged $400 for a new master cylinder and now clutch pedal catch/engagement point is way too high - within the first inch or first 10% of pedal travel meaning that my left knee is hitting the steering wheel every time I shift.
Is there a way to adjust this so that it happens closer to mid-way in the pedal travel? The whole reason I was bleeding the line - even though it was shifting fine - was that it didn’t engage until the last 10% at the very bottom…the complete opposite of the way it is now. That was definitely infinitely preferable to how it is now with this insanity.