Could be several things, like the clutch/clutch pressure plate/throw out bearing, clutch master cylinder, leak in the lines, air in the lines, low fluid, clutch slave cylinder. First I would check the level of the fluid, which is right beside the brake master cylinder directly above and in front of the clutch in the engine bay. If everything is good, try bleeding it, which I would only recommend if you know how to bleed brakes. If all else fails take it to a shop and you could pay anywhere from 50-500 bucks roughly depending on what is all wrong.
Monday, January 30th, 2006 AT 11:42 PM