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I pushed my clutch and it was spongy and didn't engage. It is just limp.

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The slave cylinder is probably bad,it is part of the throw out bearing with is on the trans output shaft,you need to remove the trans to change it,,,,its a big job,,,,can not do this at home,take it to a shop,if the slave cylinder is bad it usually leaks out by the trans onto the ground,or you have a worn out clutch,either one needs the trans removed

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