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Manual clutch clutch pedal sticks after shifting and depresses to the floor

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  • ouyang62 Jul 10, 2008

    My car has same problem I have to use my foot to lift the pedal. May the level of clutch fluid is low, but I can not find this fluid resevoir.



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    David Mar 01, 2014

    My car is a BMW Z3 and the clutch is not new

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If it is a brand new clutch, it's not broken in yet, which is why it "sticks". Give it some time, though, and it will stop "sticking". It took a half mile of stop and go traffic for mine to stop doing that with my new performance clutch.

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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