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I put push in clutch,car stays engaged. replaced whole clutch assembly

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Dose the pedal feel normal to you when you push it . This is important to know to figure out where the problem is . Eighter menhical or in the hydrolic system that is asumeing you have a hydrolic chluch system .So if you could give some more information about the vehicle and the condution you are experancing i
ll see if i can help you thanks

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Check your clutch fluid reservoir.If it's low or empty your clutch won't disengage. It works on a hydraulic system similar to your breaks.

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