Q: Q: Clutch problems

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Clutch pedal return to up position but clutch remains in release condition just like you still have the clutch pedal depressed.this happen in 90 degree and hotter temperature after a lot of stop and go driving.you can not drive truck.it just like truck is in neutral no matter what gear you are in. You just have wait until it cools 30 to 45 minutes.The clutch engages and you can start driving again

My car has 160000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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