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When I push in my clutch my truck does not role on a decline at all is this normal also it does not roll back when clutch is fully engaged

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This would indicate a clutch that is not fully releasing ,this could be caused by a weak clutch master cylinder or slave cylinder. The vehicle should role when the clutch is depressed and on a hill. But i would also verify that with the trans in nuetral the truck does roll, if not this would indicate possibly a sticking park brake or rear brakes that are to tight. Thankyou RJ

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