Clutch pedal has no pressure & remains depressed. What are all possible causes & remedies?

Asked by Apr 06, 2015 at 06:18 AM about the 1991 Dodge Stealth

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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6,145

its either the return spring or the master or slave cylinder,, most likely the slave,, check your fluid if its low then look for leaks,, if its the master it would be leaking into the car by your feet/the pedals if its the slave it will be leaking in the engine bay,,, before you replace the slave or master you should bench bleed it so that its 10 times easier to bleed after you install it,, also this would be a great time to change that nasty clutch fluid,, your clutch will be way more responsive

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6,145

no problem thanks for the marks by the way

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