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Q: Clutch pedal stuck to floor.

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The clutch pedal doesn't work and is stuck to the floor.

A: Does is stick to the floor every time you p...

Does is stick to the floor every time you press the pedal or only sometimes? It could be just a simple sticky pedal if it only does it occasionally. However the more likely problem is that there is an issue with your clutch hydraulic system or the clutch itself. Depending on the mileage of your vehicle and your driving habits the clutch may be worn out as well. I would ask for help from an experienced mechanic to check the operation of your clutch and see what the culprit is for your sticky pedal.

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