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The clutch pedal went all the way in suddently

I was just driving fine, left the car garaged over night, next morning I pressed the clutch to start up the engine and my foot just went all the way in.
The transmission does engage almost immediately after I start the pedal rise(come back) I can still drive but I defenetly need to have this repair, or repaired myself if at all possible.

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U ARE GOING TO HAVE TO REPLACE EITHER THE MASTER CYLINDER OR THE SLAVE CLUTCH HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS, I HAVE FOUND IT BEST TO REPLACE BOTH CYLINDERS AT THE SAME TIME.


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