Question about 1995 Volkswagen Golf
You have a couple of things that could have gone bad. First, you need to find out if you have a hydraulic clutch or not. If so, you should check the fluid level, fill it, and bleed the air out of the system. If your clutch is not hydraulic, check the linkage, if it's cable actuated, see if the cable is broken or disconnected. If none of the above yield anything, then your throw-out bearing went out, and you will need a new clutch.
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