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CLUTCH ENGINE DOES NOT ENGAGE

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More than like you mean the clutch pedal just goes to the floor. If this is the case the hydraulic clutch has a failed part, that would likely be the Master cylinder on the firewall under the hood or the slave cylinder down on the transmission.

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