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Well it goes to floor i replaced clutch slave cylinder last night worked perfect this morning nothing again i got a 1998 dodge ram 1500 5 speeed

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Look under the drivers side dash and see if there is fluid dripping down fire wall where the clutch rod goes to master cyl.possable leak at master cyl.is the fluid low

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