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    pedal 2 floor

    clutch pedal going 2 floor has fluid

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    if you mean its sticking under heavy acceleration... ive got the same problem... i believe its either you need to put a high performance clutch kit in it or it could be that you have to perform the drill mod.

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    no sitting at stop peddal go to floor with no pressure

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    ahh i gotcha.. it might have to be bled to get the pressure then....

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    The seach works very well also.
    This is a sticky in the Manual Trans section of the web site. Sticking clutch pedal write-up

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    thanks- that has my name all over it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan99 View Post
    The seach works very well also.
    This is a sticky in the Manual Trans section of the web site. Sticking clutch pedal write-up

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    go easy on him, it's obvious that he's new to the site with 4 posts. Did you know everything with 4 posts??

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    I'm moving this to a section where you'll get better answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan99 View Post
    The seach works very well also.
    This is a sticky in the Manual Trans section of the web site. Sticking clutch pedal write-up

    Ryan
    This is one of the reasons Tech has tons of traffic and this board is having trouble.

    People I can see complaining if every 30 mins the whole first page cycles with new posts and posts like this just take up space.. But there are posts on the first page from days ago.

    Try helping out first!

    Now to the problem... Did this happen out of the blue or did you just put a new clutch in or something?

    The clutch hydrolics are very simple. What year is your car?


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