Q: Clutch pedal going all the way to the floor

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The clutch pedal is going all the way to the floor.

This sounds like a hydraulic issue. There is a leak in the clutch hydraulics. The leak could be the master cylinder, slave cylinder, or a line or hose. Follow the lines from the clutch master cylinder down to the transmission and look for signs of a leak. A qualified technician will be able to pinpoint the leak or cause of the clutch malfunction.

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