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I stop the at the robot and the car did not want to go into first gear (Manual). After a few min of battling pushing clutch pedal it finally went in and I could drive again. What would the cause be?

It could be you are having a master cylinder or slave cylinder problem or maybe the syncro on the 1st gear got jammed for a few minutes. If it was a one time thing, I wouldn't worry about it. If it starts happening more often then you may be looking at a whole new clutch assembly. Honestly a good driver can make a clutch last a minimum of 150,000 miles assuming all mechanicals are good. If you've raced the car, did burnouts, dumped the clutch a lot, and or just generally drove the car hard, then you're about due for a whole new assembly and probably a tranny fluid change too, if you've never done that.

If you can't do these services yourself, I'd say get it to a trusted mechanic. You'll probably be looking at about $1000 - $1500 for the repair.

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Can you pull the pedal back by hand? It's hard to tell what damage has been done without looking at the problem(s), but either the clutch hydraulic system has somehow locked in the 'release' position, or the clutch itself has disintegrated. Best not to let 'friends' abuse your car. Suggest taking the car to a respected service shop and prepare for a fairly large bill.

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The easiest way to bleed out a clutch hyd system is to connect a hose from the closest front brake caliper bleeder to the bleeder on the slave cylinder. Crack both bleeders open and pump the BRAKE pedal very slowly. It might be best to have someone pump the pedal for you.You will feel the pedal get harder once all the air is pushed out of the clutch system. Close off bleeders and remove hose and test drive car.

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