More info... anything could be the problem with this info. Have you replaced anything? Might need bled, might need a slave cylinder, if something was replaced then it may not have been put back together properly.
If you haven't done that ^^ yet, try bleeding the clutch, if that doesn't help check your slave cylinder. My '95 did the same thing ended up being the slave cylinder.
Thank you for repeating what I said but rewording it
All I'm saying is thank you for having my back and letting this guy know that there is more than one person who suspects his problem is the slave.
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