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Squeaky clutch on Chevrolet Spark i it squeaks like a duck every time clutch pedal is used - otherwise no problems, no slipping, jarring etc.

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SOURCE: 1994 S 10 Clutch problem

up under the dash where your peddle is mounted there is a bushing try a little spray lube to quiet the problem

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SOURCE: 2004 cavalier clutch pedal stays on floor,clutch

This appears to be a common problem with 2004 Cavaliers. My 2004 Cavalier just reached 221,000 miles, yes, on one clutch. It finally went out. Here are your best solutions in order: 1-bleed hydraulic line, 2-if there is a leak from inside the transaxle the problem is most likely your clutch release cylinder, it's the fitting at the end of your hydraulic line that plugs into the transaxle from the outside, it's a dealer only item, part# 89060003, the part item is actually called the hydraulic line but it comes with the release cylinder, can't buy the release cylinder by itself, approx. $105.00, 3-if that doesn't fix it, the next step I recommend is replacing the master cylinder simply cause it's cheaper (approx. $75) and easier to replace, 4-if none of those fix it then it's your slave cylinder, I recommend this solution last cause it's the most expensive and time consuming, the transmission must be removed from the vehicle, not for novice do-it-yourselfers, also, if this step is required then I suggest you replace the clutch and pressure plate as they will be exposed also since you're going to have the transmission out anyway

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