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I have a 1993 Toyota Celica gt and the clutch peddle drops to the floor when i put my foot on it i was thinking that the clutch line was popped but there was still clutch fluid in the reservoir what would be wrong with it

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Your description sounds like master cylinder failure. But, get under the car and see if any action is happening at the slave cylinder, if not replace master and slave.

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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