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I have a 93 Honda civic si, I had the clutch replaced just over a year ago, it worked fine for a little while, then slowly I noticed changing gears was getting harder. now it is literally extremely laborious, I have to fight to shift into gears, especially 1st 2nd and reverse, lots of crunching and grinding when it does go into gear. fluid level is good, no leaks from both master AMD slave cylinder, non that I can see anyway. the other thing is the biting point on my clutch is literally when the pedal is fully depressed to the floor. I can't take the car back to the mechanic because he closed shop, and I am not sure what to look for next, I don't want to spend money unless I absolutely have to so any help would be appreciated.

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