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Car wont start

Clutch pedal went to floor then car won't start I tried checking ignition unit all ok car still won't start

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Is there a cable that hooks to the clutch,it may be broken.it will need to be re attached or replaced if this is the problem

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Fix clutch pedal first then it may work..

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The clutch acting system is hydraulical, (clutch hydraulic system).
Your clutch pedal master cylinder is weak, and needs to be replaced or repaired by gasket kit replacement. Also the clutch slave cylinder can be used, and needs to be repaired (by gasket kit replacement), or replaced. The clutch system must be bled after carrying out work on the hydraulic clutch mechanism.

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SOURCE: I have peugeot 406, 2001.

Sounds to me like your brake fluid ran empty. Refill the holder and bleed it through.

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SOURCE: no clutch pedal after fitting new clutch pugeout 407

you have an air bubble in the system.. keep bleeding it and it should return. if the clutch master cylinder is like a ford then you actually have to remove it to get the air out by holding the master at the right angel for the air to be completely removed....

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