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The clutch has a problem and it could be the hydraulics or the clutch assy itself.
Check the clutch fluid level and if it is low, there is a leak somewhere along the hydraulic system and air has got into the system resulting in it failing. Topping up the fluids might get it working again for a short while till the level drops again, however you might not be able to hold the clutch in gear for extended periods as the leakage would be similar to you releasing the clutch pedal. Bleeding of system would be required if too much air is in system.
You would need to check where the leak is coming from and rectify it.
Saturday, February 6th, 2010 AT 9:28 PM