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I have a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo 2WD, 5 SP 240K miles, with original factory clutch still. My question is; Why during the winter months my Clutch Pedal loses tension and it goes (sank) all the way to the floor like there were no preassure whatsoever? I can barely shift gears, is almost 1/2 inch of the floor. No Leaks. Please advise... HELP!!!! Mr. Tally derby90@yahoo.com

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With that much play on the clutch you will need to replace the clutch and in the mean time you can float the gears by matching your rpms and your speed you may scratch a little but you can get it to the shop however its nor recommended to float gears because you can damage the gears if you do it too much.

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    With that much play on the clutch you will need to replace the clutch and in the mean time you can float the gears by matching your rpms and your speed you may scratch a little but you can get it to the shop however its nor recommended to float gears because you can damage the gears if you do it too much.

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    Eurodinno Dec 10, 2009

    With that much play on the clutch you will need to replace the clutch and in the mean time you can float the gears by matching your rpms and your speed you may scratch a little but you can get it to the shop however its nor recommended to float gears because you can damage the gears if you do it too much.

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