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Clutch sticking. works sometimes then other time sticks. Has recently been "bled" and there is not air. Could it be the seals or a spring etc? 2003 Mazda BT 2500 single cab ute. diesel engine

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Clean by water the brakes and pads, may any contaminations make it stuck.

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