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Old 11-19-2009, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Clutch pedal goes to floor

I was driving to bring my friend home and my Clutch pedal loses a lot of pressure. I have to press the clutch all the way to the floor for I to engage. What the hell cause this? Drive a 94 rs
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Default Re: Clutch pedal goes to floor

check to see if your topped off with brake fluid, that happened to me and that was the problem
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I'd start by inspecting for leaks and bleeding the system with new fluid since it'll only put you out a few bucks.

If that doesn't work, it could be a bad master cylinder, slave cylinder, maybe pressure plate?
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Default Re: Clutch pedal goes to floor

Check for any leaks from your slave cylinder and clutch master cylinder. Typically, the clutch/brake fluid for the clutch reservoir wouldn't go down unless there is a leak somewhere. Make sure your clutch reservoir (or whatever it's called) is full.
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