Question about 2006 Saturn Vue
Find the small "clutch" master cylinder under the hood and follow the line all the way down to the slave cylinder. Have a helper move the pedal up and down while you watch the slave cylinder. If the rod or lever does not move in and out with the movement of the pedal, you have a failed master or slave cylinder. You may have to buy the whole thing as a pre-bled unit.
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