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    Clutch to the floor: what gives??

    Hi, I'm a newbe here, can use some help, on my 2002 new beetle turbo s, 6 speed manual, while driving clutch stayed to the floor after shifting. What could be the problem?

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    Re: Clutch to the floor: what gives??

    Most likely, your clutch slave cylinder has completly failed.
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    Re: Clutch to the floor: what gives??

    Could be the clutch pedal itself, they are know to break, pull it up and have a look and see if the slave is moving or not

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    so lets see, no clutch, no brakes and brake fluid leaks as soon as I put it in... What could be causing all that?

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    Re: Clutch to the floor: what gives??

    a leaking master cylinder or brake line.

    this could cause the level of the brake fluid to drop below the feed line that supplies the slave cylinder. once the slave cylinder sucks air into the hydraulic line, it will lose the ability to function again until it is bled properly.
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