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Clutch pedal The clutch pedal on '93 Corolla DX 5 speed stays at the bottom and I have to pry it back up with my foot while driving.

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Bleed the clutch some time ther is air in the master an slave cylinder or the clutch pedal needs adjustment

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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