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1998 sunfire, clutch all of a sudden goes in without applying any pressure and now ABS light on???

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Sounds like a failure in the clutch hydraulic actuator system, and it shares a reservoir with the brake system. When the clutch actuator master or slave develops a leak, the brake fluid runs out too.
This is dangerous and a mechanic needs to get on it soon. Not owner fixable, and not something simple which can be fixed by pouring some fluid in somewhere.

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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