Q: Clutch pedal stuck. Full clutch fluid reservoir.

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There has been a leak somewhere so I've been adding fluid for the past month. This time the pedal fell to the floor while the fluid remained full. I replaced the slave one year ago.

My car has 200000 miles.

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