That should be a failure in the hydraulic system and not the clutch mechanical system.
Check the clutch fluid level in mas ter cylinder reservoir underhood. If it is low, top up with fluids and slowly pump the pedal a few times. If pedal pressure builds up, you can proceed using the clutch and get to the nearest place of repairs to have the leaking component repaired/replaced, it could be the master or slave cylinder.
If pressure does not build up, bleeding of system would have to be carried out and if the master or slave cylinder have not failed completely, you should be able to get a little mileage out of it.
If bleeding does not help, then you either need to perform the repair there and then or get a tow truck, unless you are able to drive without any clutch.
Sunday, January 23rd, 2011 AT 4:46 PM