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Clutch is stuck to the floor making it almost impossible to shift gears

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It sounds like you have a hydraulic leak in the system, check the fluid in the bottle, also check to see if you have any leaks from the master cylinder or the slave cylinder either would cause this if run out of fluid, it will need bleeding through to get the air out..hope this helped

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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