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My clutch does not want to engage, can't push the peddle down. What could be the problem. Hyundai Elantra J2 1998.

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There are 2 possibilities.

  1. Since the clutch is hydraulic, some particle is jamming the rod-piston movement, hene the clutch lever is jammed(if using manual transmission)
  2. The springs which press the clutch plate to the engine(cam) are either brken off, meaning the clutch remains engaged all the time and since the hydraulics are not able to push them apart(release the clutch)-applicable for auto or manual trensmission.............. ..sodeep

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