Q: Clutch sticking in floor

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Need help bad! So I pull into sheets and my clutch pedal sticks too the floor. So I reach down and pull it back up and the truck won't go in gear. So I cut it off and the pedal returns and moves fine. So I put it in 1st and press the clutch in and turn the key, and it lurched forward and took off. So I put fuel in and open the hood and the fluid level is fine and there's none on the ground nor in the floor. So I put in neutral and start the truck again and press the clutch in. It returns fine so I press it in again and put in 1st and leave sheets. I drive the 5 miles home at around 65 most of the way. Once I get too my house I think maybe there's a tension spring too push then pedal back up or something on the arm so I look down there and the spring doesn't look broken but isn't coiled very tightly. So I checked the fluid again, clean once again, with no leaks. So I start it with the clutch start cancel and put it in reverse too back up and when I press the clutch in it just keeps goin

My car has 235 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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