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Old 12-08-2014, 07:48 PM
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Icon5 Clutch pedal losing pressure?

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So it feels pretty much that out of no where, this morning, I start my car and start to drive to work and notice that I am practically stomping mt clutch pedal through the floor. not because it is difficult but the contrary, very docile.

Like there is nothing there. I didn't hear any weird noise recently or anything coming from the engine, even when I change gears. The engine idles normally.

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  • It feels like the "sweet spot" has changed, moving closer to the floor. Almost as soon as I release, it engages.
  • sometimes it feels like the "pressure" returns, and it behaves like it did before, giving some resistance and the sweet spot moves up.

the latter detail is so strange to me because it is not like this car has a healing factor. But I am almost sure it changes back and forth.

where do I start here guys? what could it be?
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Re: Clutch pedal losing pressure?

I swear its like the stickies are invisible or something....

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