Hi folks Put my engine back in yesterday after it’s rebuild (still to try and start it, getting it back in the bus as my first ever attempt took all my time - guess it will be easier when I get to do it again! Any tips for how to make the oil filler tube not be such a pain appreciated!). As part of my rebuild have put in a new clutch including new release bearing. Have hooked clutch cable back up and the pedal is very soft and returns slowly. The cable seems fine and moving freely (that said I have no point of reference) - from the back of the bus I can pull the pedal off the floor by just pulling the cable. When the cable is disconnected from the gearbox, the clutch arm on the gearbox springs back properly when released and requires reasonable pressure to move the arm. I think I have the free play adjusted correctly. Any suggestions on what to look at that might be causing this? BTW it’s my understanding there is no return spring on the clutch pedal itself, thus normal that the pedal drops to the floor when cable disconnected, if I am wrong that could be my problem! My fear is that it’s the spring on the clutch release arm on the gearbox has worn/simply isn’t strong enough - doesn’t look hard to replace if the engine was out again, however having taken 3 months to get to the point of putting it in not something I want to do right now! Many thanks in advance!