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My truck has been parked for years sitting in the driveway. I crank it up and move it a couple times a year. While its been sitting the clutch has lost all pressure, it goes all the way to the floor and I have to pull it up by hand. Whats happened?

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It's got a hydraulic clutch which consists if a master & slave cylinder. (similar to wheel cylinders) After years the seals give out and leak, Replace both and refill with fluid & you'll be good to go.

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