Question about 1998 Ford Escort
#1) On your Model you have a Clutch Master Cylindr, Check your Resevoir to see it its FULL of Fluid.
#2) If it is Then you need to Check to See if when you Push the Clutch Down its Pushing the Pin or Accuating Arm Under your Vehicle on Right Side of Car. You'll need a Helper to Push the Clutch.
#3) If its Not Moving the Rod to your Throw Out Bearing Accuating Arm Then You'll need to Replace the Master Cylinder and Possibly Your Slave Cylinder Underneath Its what Pushes the Pin To Disengage your Clutch.
#4 If its Moving and Pushing the Pin.Then Your Throw Out Bearing is Bad or Your Clutch and Pressure Plate.
#5) Which to Replace These you'll have to Pull the Transmission to Remove and Replace them with New Ones.
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