i have a 87 325is i just installed a new clutch. i drained the fluid out of the slave cylinder and put new fluid in. i cant build any pressure in the line. when you push the clutch it hits the floor and stays down. so i bled the line so no air bubbles came through the lines. i pumped the pedal like 10000 times so when you press the clutch pedal it comes back up istead of staying to the floor. but every time i bled it it made it worse and the pedal would stay to the ground again. so i finally got it so when you press the clutch it comes back up to normal postion(flush to brake pedal) but when i turn on the car there no pressure just enough to shift gears. i can only feel pressure when the pedals almost to the ground. WHAT SHOULD I DO?? also i bled the brakes and there was plenty of pressure but when i drove it hardly any pressure like the clutch pedal and the new pads were dragging/ catching on the new rotors.(crossdrilled) im thinking it needs some silicone behind the pads to stick to the caliper. i applied some but i guess not enough. also can you use the brake pad sensor with cross/slotted rotors? the front sensor wasnt like the rear where its like a small pad that wears down with the discpad. it was a square platic piece with a metal prong thing coming out ive never seen one like this before.( tip looks like the tip of a spark plug/part the wire attaches to) i got it from bavauto. NEED HELP ASAP THE MOST IMPORTANT IS THE CLUTCH FLUID/PRESSURE. reservoir is full. ANY IDEAS?????????