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The cluth only occasionaly will not disengage. It will work perfectlty for a week or so the as you are driving and go to change gear the pedal goes to the floor with no resistance but does not engage the clutch. The master cylinder appears ok and does not leak oil. The local Mazda dealer cant find the problem.

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    I too have this problem everything was fine then as i was driving my car i went to shift and i put my clutch to the floor b/c there was no resistance and it would not allow me to shift.

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I would change the master cylinder,or fit new rubbers as it sounds like the rubber is turning in the bore or its just worn ,beleave it or not the rubber can actually wear the metal away

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