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Hydraulic clutches do that when the master or slave cylinder go bad.Start by replacing the slave cylinder down on the bell housing.After replaced,fill the clutch master cylinder with brake fluid,crack the valve on the side of the slave open and hold your finger over the tip while a helper slowly depresses the clotch pedal.Once you get fluid from the tip,close the valve and refill the master cylinder.Good to go.

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