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Hydrolic clutche clutche pedal goes to the floor and will not come back up. the ruber boot in the clutche master cylinder is ripped.

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Try getting new boot, then bleeding, just like brakes, hopefully you just got air in the line, i think the bleeder screw is close to the line going into the tranny bell housing, driver side

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