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1989 maxima clutch problem

The clutch is not returning to normal position after being pressed when shifting gears. What needs to be done to fix it? Does my clutch need clutch fluid or cable adjustment or something else?

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Sounds like you have a clutch fluid leak slave cylinder maybe thats what id look at

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