So the other day I was driving my 93 Mitsubishi 3000GT SL and the clutch was not engaging until it was almost touching the ground, normally my clutch engages close to the top. As I continued to drive, it got a little better, engaging a little further out from the floor, but it was still pretty bad. Then the next day, I went out to turn on the car, and after it warmed up a enough, I went to put it in gear. The clutch was again not feeling like it wanted to engage until it hit the floor, but the biggest problem was that I couldn't put the car in gear. I tried all gears, none worked, I pumped the clutch and it got no better. So I turned the car off and had to bum a ride from someone else. Later that day I tried again, same thing, but now the clutch sticks to the floor, I have to put my foot under it to pull it out, most of the time, about 1 in 15 pumps now it will pop out itself. One of my roommates tried helping me, he found that there is a fluid leaking down the back of the clutch pedal, but he could not find the where the clutch is in the engine, so he couldn't see the problem. I don't know much about cars, so I feel helpless right now. It is VERY important that I get this fixed ASAP, so any help is much apreciated. I would take it to a shop, but since the car won't go into gear I can't get it anywhere. If anyone can help please let me know.
Monday, November 20th, 2006 AT 7:16 PM