Q: Yesterday I bled my clutch master cylinder and now how do I get my clutch pedel back up after bleeding Master Clutch Cylinder? Wha

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yesterday afternoon I bled my clutch master cylinder and now my clutch pedal is down on floor board and won't rise back up, what do I do?

My car has 89400 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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