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Clutchpedalstickstofloor clutchpedaldoesnotreturntotoppositionwhenpusheddownandsqueaksfromunderthetruckwhendepressedonmy1994toyotatruckwith3.0lengine

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I assume that the clutch isn't releasing. I had an older pickup that the clutch master cylinder was leaking but the rubber boot was keeping the fluid from leaking out so you couldn't see it. Peek at the master and slave cylinders (peel the rubber cup back a bit to check for leaks) and see if that isn't your problem.

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