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I have a 1996 ford f-150 and my clutch just sticks to the floor. It doesnt retract.

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Check the clutch fluid, under the hood on the firewall, if the fluid is low then you need to inspect the for a leak. This could be a leaking slave cylinder which is located internal of the trans bellhousing, if you see any dampness this would indicate a slave cylinder leak. Replacement of the slave , line , and the master cylinder will be required. The slave and master have been updated and require all three to be replaced. Thankyou ,Please rate this answer This will help me out .

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