Check the clutch master cylinder. I bet the level is low. Then I would venture to say you have a failing slave cylinder. When the vehicle is cool, that causes objects to contract. They expand when they get warm. So using that sense of logic, seals in the slave cylinder can leak when cold but as the engine warms the seals expand and perform normally. You loose fluid only in the morning.
IF I am right and it is time to replace that slave, the question is whether it is internal or external. Don't have that info available to me but if it is internal to the tranny, it is time to slip in a new clutch as well.
December, 19, 2006 AT 1:42 PM
Strange, . Actually the fluid in the clutch reservoir was full.