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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get ignition coil checked. If it is EFI DO NOT press on Accelerator when starting it.
Could have a leak in fuel and it evaporates over night
if carby fuel may be leaking out over night as vapour. In mornng you are fuel pump refilling fuel into carby until it starts again.
Pump the clutch pedal and then check for leaks again, including under the dash where the rod from the pedal goes into the clutch master cylinder. Once you find the leak, replace what's leaking and bleed the system to restore the pressure (bleeds from the slave unit, just like bleeding brakes)
there is a plastic clip that connects the clutch pedal to the rod that goes to the master cylinder, chances are that it let go. Bad thing is that it is only available from GM along with the rod. It is around 50
Do see a leak? Check the fluid level. You likely have a leaking slave cylinder. If the fluid is full, pump the pedal about 50 times, the pedal should get stiff. But check the slave and clutch master for leaks.
It sounds like you have air in the system. Either they did not bleed it correctly or you have a leak in the system.
If you paid someone to fix your car, have it towed back to the garage and bled correctly or leak fixed. If a friend installed your parts, find a new friend. Just kidding.
Check to see if this is a hydraulic system, it sounds like it is low on fluid. If it is a cable then it has come adrift somwhere follow the cable from the bulkhead to the transmission, it will be obvious. If it is hydraulic top it up with dot 4 brake fluid and pump the pedal several times if it gets better you have a leak, take it to the repair shop and get them to verify where it is.