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Clutch not working right

The clutch pedal goes all the way to the top and then the car barely goes

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Check your fluid in the reservoir under the hood, on the firewall, make sure it's not low. If level is ok the pedal should be adjusted, and if that doesn't fix it, U will need a new clutch most likely. Try the fixes in this order, The 1st may do it. Let me know what u find. good luck! countrycurt0

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