Question about Chevrolet S 10
If you have a hydraulic clutch then you may be out of fluid - typically uses brake fluid. Follow the clutch cable where it comes out of the firewall - if it goes to a unit with a cap then check the fluid level inside. If it goes straight to the tranny then check the arm it goes to to see if it is loose. Possibly you can adjust the cable out to make it move that arm ( throw out bearing fork). If this doesn't work then you'll need to replace the clutch by removing the transmission - a good job for a mechanic as this is pretty involved in doing so.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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