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I have a 94TR magna 4cyl 5 speed manual clutch pedal problem

I have a 94TR magna 4cyl 5 speed manual The clutch pedal keeps sticking to the floor (wont return ) not all the time but getting worse have sprayed spring all seems ok
Clutch is not slipping when i go through the gears
Fluid level is ok i do not have to pump the pedal just put my foot under and help it return
Do i need a new clutch ? and what is the average price for this job?

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Prob has little to no clutch fluid, to check this open the bonnet, in the engine bay next to the brake master cylinder there is a round clutch master cylinder, unscrew the cap and topp it up with brake fluid.
If the system has run dry you may need to bleed the system, if not completly empty should be able to pump it a few times and will come good.
If this is the case there is a leak somewhere...

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