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There's a freeplay adjustment at the top of the pedal for the rod that goes between the clutch pedal and the master cylinder. As mentioned by previous post also check for leaks.

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Adjust the cable.....if its not a cable drivin clutch (probably is) then top off your hydraulic clutch tank.

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SOURCE: clutch not fully disengaging and clutch pedal has

The next idea is you need to get under the car, have somebody push the pedal and see how far the slave is moving the rod which is move the throwout fork which is move the bearing. With a little work and a flashlight you can figure this problem out pretty easy. There is a rod that attaches to the clutch pedal that is adjustable. Loosen the lock nut and screw the rod out to lessen the amount of free play. You might no have the clutch plate aligned. Hope this helps :)

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