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Linkage from clutch pedal to ctutch cylinder come off

Clutch pedal to the foor

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Are you the link rod fell out/came off that depresses the clutch master cylinder and that you just don't have a failed hydraulic clutch cylinder? You have looked under the dash and confirmed this?

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