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Clutch pedal sticking when depressed

When the clutchpedal is depressed, it sticks for a few seconds before comming back up. This only happens after the car has warmed up and usually only on hot days.

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Check to see if the pedal is on a hydraulic system or cable system. If it is a cable then you probably need to replace the cable. Verify that the mechanical pedal under the dash is not binding first. If it is Hydraulic then the slave cylinder could be the culprit.

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