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Clutch pedal sticking

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Try bleeding the hydraulics

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This problem is indicative of a blocked compensating port in the clutch master cylinder not allow the fluid to return to the reservoir and allowing the pressure plate to engage . I would replace the master cylinder especially if the unit is more than 10 years old . Ensure that there is no air in the system first although air is indicated by a clutch pedal going to the floor and not returning or difficulty in selecting first gear.

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Clutch pedal sticks


could be the slave cylinder or throw out bearing even clutch itself if replacing it anyway you should also get a kit for your slave cylinder just to be sure i dont think it would be a pedal problem and also if by chance its cable it could be a sticky or frayed cable if you need more info just ask please dont rate me until i have helped you fully

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