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When depressing the clutch pedal, it does not return, on a 2000 Volkswagen Beetle with 225K miles.

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You may have a clutch master cylinder that's causing the problem.If you haven't noticed a brake fluid leak under your vehicle then its most likely the clutch master cylinder.Id suggest you have a repair shop take a look at it to make sure.

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