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clutch pedal sticks??2000 forester

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#1 gritle


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Posted 25 May 2008 - 04:14 PM

I recently had some clutch work don and now the pedal sticks to the floor. Once I nudge it with my toe it snaps back in to place. I had this happen before and feel that there is a simple fix for this. It is a cable clutch to th best of my knowledge. any suggestions

#2 EVOthis


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Posted 25 May 2008 - 04:34 PM

if it is a cable clutch there is a chance it is binding or loose.... first i would go down around the clutch pedal and take a peak around.....also pop open the hood and make sure the cable isnt routed wrong....you could also take it back to the place that worked on it......how many miles are on the car?

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