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How do I adjust my clutch on a 1996 200 sx?

I depress the clutch all the way to the floor and the car acts like it is still almost in gear, ie shaking, about to stall. How do I fix this? Any help would be greatly appriciated. Thanks!

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You may have a clutch master cylinder going out

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