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Clutch will not release

A few days ago clutch was acting funny straightened out by "pumping" the petal. Later the clutch would not release, bled slave cylinder - no air. The petal will not release the clutch and travel down far enough to contact the starting switch. how is the best way to access the clutch pressure plate.
Thanks for any help!!

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Remove the gearbox to replace the clutch.this will teach you not to hold it on hills on the clutch but to put handbrake on and neutral.also the same at traffic lights and no boy racer flying starts where accelerator is floored and clutch ridden slowly to get most power to wheels,still its not difficult to change and clutches not that expensive if you do it yourself,garage price around 800 euros

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