Question about 2002 Audi TT
First, try bleeding the clutch system - it's possible that a pinhole leak somewhere has allowed air into the system. If that doesn't fix it, you're looking at a clutch slave or clutch master cylinder, as a failure of either one will cause the symptoms you have. The slave is less expensive and less involved to change, so I'd start there simply for those reasons. If a bleed doesn't fix it, and the slave cylinder isn't the cause, then you need a master cylinder most likely.
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