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You will have to be more specific in order to get help on this site .... does the clutch go to the floor randomly without pushing it with your foot? Does it just go to the floor when you press it with your foot? If the last is yes then does the transmission disengage when the clutch goes to the floor as it should or does something else happen? Normally you would want your clutch to go to the floor ... see where I'm going with this?

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