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2000 volkswagen bora clutch pedal stuck on floor, any ideas on what this can be

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Hi i would suspect that the problem lies with the clutch master cylinder which is located behind the clutch pedal, it still may be a clutch or slave cylinder issue but if the clutch has failed we wont no unless we take the gearbox out, which can be costly, the most common issue with your complaint is the clutch master cylinder

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Slave cylinder possible bad

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