Question about 2003 Mini Cooper
I could pull it back up but there was no resistance. This happened when I started it and went to back up. Clutch went to floor and car killed. Could not get it into gear. Messed around with it, restarted and it seemed fine. Was able to drive home no trouble shifting. This is the first time this has ever happened. It is a 2004 mini cooper with 62,000 miles and just due to go in for it's major inspection. Thanks, Sabrestone
Your clutch master cylinder "seal" is worn-out.
It make your brake system can't build up pressure to brake fluid.
Easily just fix it with repair kit or change whole new complete set.
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