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Clucth pedel the clutch pedel will not release stays down on floor board

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There are 3 reasons for the pedal to remain stuck down in a Hydraulic system:
a: The spring that lifts the pedal back to its position is broken, this is under the Dash.
b: The springs on the pressure plate have damaged.
c: The hydraulic cylinder piston gets stuck when pressed completely down this is located in the engine compartment on the fire wall.

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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Hey man, i had a similar problem
you should look under at the clutch bracket to see if that broke
then check above the same bracket to see if the upper mount broke

idk
hope this helps

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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What type is it cable or fluid.
If its cable it has possibly snapped if its fluid check your level and maybe slave sylinder on the side of the gearbox

Posted on May 25, 2008

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Check your Clutch fluid level

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