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Wouldnt go into gear while car was going but can put into gear with car stopped but when starting the car with foot on the clutch the car moves forward. left standing overnight and it goes back to normal and works well

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You have a problem with the hydraulics on the clutch

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You need to get the clutch replaced sooner rather than later due to the fact that if your clutch plate shatters due to it being running on the rivets and not the actual clutch plate then this can cause the clutch to collapse and this will then cause damage to the master and slave cylinder and if you was driving at the time you would have no clutch at all and the car would be stuck in gear and you wouldnt be able to tow it as it would be stuck in gear.

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