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Sticky clutch pedal return

An intermittent problem that usually happens when engine warmed up.Sometimes clutch pedal does not return fully after engaging gear. Gear selection is unaffected.Pedal will return if you place foot under it.

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Lubricate clutch pedal at pivot points

Posted on Dec 28, 2013

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First, try bleeding the clutch system - it's possible that a pinhole leak somewhere has allowed air into the system. If that doesn't fix it, you're looking at a clutch slave or clutch master cylinder, as a failure of either one will cause the symptoms you have. The slave is less expensive and less involved to change, so I'd start there simply for those reasons. If a bleed doesn't fix it, and the slave cylinder isn't the cause, then you need a master cylinder most likely.

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hi from uk could you please give a little more info ? what make/model car ? has this problem occured suddenly? has car been layed up off road some time prior to this unable to select gears ? this problem sounds very much like the clutch drive plate is either stuck to flywheel hence question above ? or it is sticking on primary/spigot shaft for some reason and failing to disengage drive to g/box? how does clutch pedal feel ? you might try selecting 2nd gear with clutch fully pressed and h/brake on then try starting engine if engine starts ?runs then put slight revs on and slip clutch a few times this may work if plate is sticking? if you come back with update may be able to advise further

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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MoSelecm, it seems like you will need a new clutch

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SOURCE: my audi tt quattro 2004 model yesterday stopped changing gears

Release bearing problem.Change the clutch Assembly

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SOURCE: Audi A3 2.0 tdi sport(2005 "55") Clutch/1st & reverse gear

sounds like a bent tooth on a syncro gear in the trans

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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