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Ok, my issue is that the clutch pedal sometimes sticks, going in or out. It feels like a mechanical bind, like the actuator rod catches on something. It doesn't do it all the time, but im guessing its telling me something perhaps.

Any one have this issue and the fix ? Thank you.
 

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More information is needed. How many miles on the clutch? Where is the engagement point? Does the clutch slip at all? Does the clutch feel spongy?

Answer these and I'll help you much more than you think.
 

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No floor mats, just put a new clutch assembly in and mileage is around 100k...
Sorry, but i dont have the vehicle info on me.

As stated before, its simply a pedal issue, it will stick in either direction at different times.

Im going to replace the master, then have a good look at the actuator rod to see what its catching on. This is all the info i have, just wondered if any else came across this issue..

Thanks for the help.
 

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Could be the slave master cylinder. bled the slave?
 

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Bled the slave.. All is well there.. Just going to replace the slave cylinder as I don't see anything else is could possibly be..
 
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