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1995 GMC Sierra Clutch

I was sitting in my truck its a 1995 GMC Sierra 5.0 I was going to park it and I pushed in the clutch and it sounded like something popped now the pedal goes all the way to the floor.  What am I looking at in terms of fixing it?

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Either the clutch master cylinder went bad or the clutch slave went bad. look for dripping fluid

Posted on May 22, 2009

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It may be the rod in the slave cyilinder blew threw the plastic groove inside the slave they becomme very weak after awhile

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Problem is more likely a conecting rod that apart
just follow the linkage from the back of the pedal
tru the firewall and toward the trans.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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