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    Default Clutch pedal playing around!

    Hi,

    I have a 1.9 CDTi Elite (6 Speed) (150)

    And ... I have a problem,

    The clutch pedal keeps holding itself in, its not all the time, just at very random intervals.

    I holds in at different places along the pedal travel aswel - most of the time just 1/2 way but i have had it stick to the floor and a lot of kicking and swearing got it to move so i could change gear.

    I thought it was the master cylinder, but have changed that but it still does it.

    Any ideas?

    Could the hyds need a full vauxhall bleed?

    Cheers

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    Clutch spring broken?
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    sound's like input shaft is dry,if so it needs box removing and shaft cleaning and greasing

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    Thanks for the replies guys

    I dont think its the clutch spring as its intermittent,

    But, i hope its not the input shaft - that would be a right pain!!!

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    your right ben it is

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    Slave cylinder needs attention.

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