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In most cases as mentioned above the IAC can contribute but in your case sounds like your Throttle Control Position Sensor Switch eith er has a bad connection or the switch is bad all together. they are betwen 25 and 40 dollars any parts store stocks it.
Depending on what you focus has there will be two reservoirs under the bonnet if the clutch is hydraulic there will be one for the clutch but there is a seperate one for the brakes check these reservoirs to see how full they are if either of these leak from the pistons inside the fluid will run past the seals and eventually in to the vehicle if your clutch is hydraulic the telltale sign will be if you look up behind the dash board where the pedals are one of the areas where the pedals are or even the top of the pedal itself will be wet with the fluid leaking back in best to change the master cylinder as there cheap enough then when new one is fitted bleed clutch this can be achieved by filling the reservoir then follow the pipe from that reservoir down to the gearbox there will be another cylinder on the gearbox where this pipe is joined look for a bleed screw on that cylinder
now that is a hard question, it's tricky
the pedal base, has a base pin, seen here.
and a spring,
you most remove the whole assembly (making clutch fail )
cable falls off in tunnel.
then pull the pin, and put in new pedal.
the steps for the clutch are complex. http://www.no-agua.net/At_Wits_End/new-pedals.JPG
the cable, falls off , what to do, id replace it first. that old cable..
Hopefully only your linkage, but may also be your throwout bearing going pain to change but with right tools couple hrs work might as well change clutch and pressure plate as well cause that\'s a usual if changing bearing or clutch pressure plate needs to come off. But as I said I\'d check linkage first. Hope this helps
Hi there, if you say hard to change, does the gears grind if you change or does the shifter just feel stiff on changing???if the gears grind the clutch need checking, check the fluid level as well as it could be low, could only need to be adjusted if a cable model, most are hydraulic clutches so need to check the fluid.