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Car stays in gear even when clutch is pressed down

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Hello either your clutch cable is bad or your clutch itself is worn out:)

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Check the brake fluid in the clutch slave cylinder it may be low or the slave cylinder which activates the clutch may be bad, if the resevoir is empty when checked the air must be purged out or bled out of the hydraulic line, you may want to buy a haynes repair manual for the car to have a step by step guide real time to service the hydraulic clutch slave cylinder.

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