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The clutch pedal falls to the floor. cannot shift in any gear!! Do i need change and bleed the transmission oil?

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Have you checked to see if there is fluid in the resevoir? If no fluid then I am sure that you realize that you will need to change the leaky component.

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I just did the same thing like an hr ago,lol.. just bleed your clutch fluid to get the air out. it is the same thing as brake fluid. the clutch master cylinder(could be built in to the brake master cylinder) could be leaking that or the slave cylinder. that is the cause. if a slow leak then you can bring your pedal back but who knows for how long, it'll leak when it sits.

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