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What part of a clutch am I supposed to replace, the disc or what?

I started up my car and I had to push the clutch all the way to the floor and it wouldn't pop back up, it did this 2 days ago for about 2 days. But for the past two days it was fine. I was trying to leave work and I had to push the clutch to the floor to start it then when aI tried to shift it into 1st gear it wouldn't budge. Its very very hard to shift. Meanwhile the clutch is still syuck to the floor so even when I did get it into gear it stalled out because the clutch was still down.

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Slimm234, it sounds like your slave cylinder is in need to be replaced! It's the small device with the reservior on top of it next to the brake master cylinder on the driver side of your firewall under the hood! First check to see that it is full of fluid! If it isn't, fill it and you may need to bleed the air out of it! Our clutches are hydraulic! If there is air in the lines you won't have the pressure to release the clutch. If it is full of fluid, then chances are you will need to change the slave cylinder! This is always the best place to start as it costs much less than having your transmission removed to replace your clutch!

I hope this helps,

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Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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