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No tension on clutch pedal, not able to get it into gear

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I am having the same problem so if u figure it out will you let me know thank you

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Have you looked at the linkage at the clutch pedal? Take a flashlight and look up the pedal and make sure the rod coming out of the clutch master cylinder is still attached. There is no mechanical linkage to the clutch only hyd lines and a slave cylinder which is usually located inside the bell housing on the transmission. If you had problems with them you would have a fluid loss.

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My Nissan 95 sentra clutch had crunched and pedal would not spring back, found that clutch cable had snapped, replaced this and now my clutch pedal is still not 100% springing back, it springs back en


Check the spring to see if it has snapped anywhere within it's coil.

Remove the cable and check operation of the pedal and spring mechanism.
If all is well, then with a lever, check that the clutch release arm on the gearbox is operational. If that is also sticking, then you will have to remove the gearbox to investigate further.
If not sticking, then also remove the clutch cable outer sleeve, and replace.

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i dont see what car you have, but most clutches are hydraulic these days. under the hood on the firewall there should be a small fluid cylinder called a clutch slave cylinder. it should be full of brake fluid. when it leaks, the pedal feels strange and it will not release the clutch. usually when the fluid leaks it it due to a failed slave cylinder on the transmission.

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Had my clutch changed 4mths ago, everything was fine... pedal for clutch sometimes feels a bit sticky to floor, goes into gear ok and clutch seems fine, could this be air in in the pipe?


POSSIBLE AIR IN HYDRAUIC LINE BLEED THE VALVE KEEPING AN EYE ON FLUID IT HAS A VERY SMALL RESEVOIR. OR CHECK PEDAL RETURN SPRING MIGHT HAVE LOST TENSION.

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Started off with cluth sticking to floor.would have to pull clutch pedal back up with foot. truck would stick in gear. even with clutch fully depressed. seemed like spring had disconnected from clutch...


your clutch uses a hydraulic master and slave cylinder to disengage. It is likely that the slave has been leaking and the reservoir gone dry, thus allowing air into the system and reducing effectiveness. Check the clutch master cylinder reservoir (near the brake reservoir) fluid level. If low, also check the slave cylinder at the clutch for leakage. If leaking, replace the slave and bleed the system. If you need procedures or have more questions, please let us know.

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Sounds like a bad master cylinder or a throwout bearing that has gotten strange on you. (I'd know right away if I was there) Definitely don't drive it like that...you can damage the synchros in the transmission if you do. Also check the slave cylinder if it's not part of the throwout bearing...It also could have a problem.

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you have a leak in the clutch hydraulic system. without the spring tension from the clutches pressure plate the the pedal wont return. it is likely that the leak is at the slave cylinder, which is inside the bell housing. to replace it the transmission must be removed.

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