Question about 2000 Saturn L-Series
Without seeing your car, the most likely problem is that either your pressure plate has failed, or your clutch slave cylinder has failed.
If it is the pressure plate, your transmission needs removed to fix that. and you should install a new clutch disk as well, If it is the slave cylinder, what should have had the rod attached to, it can be swapped or repaired , no transmission removal needed
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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