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Cluctch Why does the clutch pedal stays down when press will not return up

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You most likley have a Leak in your line.

I first thought that your clutch was worn, but it would still rebound.

look under the dash for leaking down the firewall, and look at the transmission for leaks on the slave cyl.

master cyl leaking, slave cly, or a leak in the line.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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