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Clutch pedal suddenly went to floor with a clunk Tranny or cluthch linkage?

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  • brion_harpol Apr 20, 2009

    just rolling out of driveway then bang

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Man might just be the same thing as me the pushrod operating lever broke...push rod might of went through pressure plate also easy on your clutch...but ya take tire off left side take green cap off and check that little lever thingy if its broke

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Could be the clutch cable, same thing happened to mine. easy fix

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Could be the shifting fork broke, slave cylinder went out, etc...
Several things it could be, need more info.
Were you shifting when it happened? Just driving along?

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  • Dale Long Apr 21, 2009

    Reverse gear failures and noise in the manual transmission models are common with these cars.

    Shift linkage has weak connectors and break easily after time.

    I would suggest you take it to a shop that you trust and have them diagnose the problem,

    I would be looking at the clutch & pressure plate assy., also check the fluid level in the slave reservoir.



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