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Old 08-01-2019, 01:32 PM
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Clutch was ok when parked. When I returned clutch was on floor. I have one spring inside of clutch. I saw a picture of a clutch on this site and there was springs one on each side. I going to search floor for second spring. Could this be the problem??I have NO EXPECTATION WITH THIS!!
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Re: 88 clutch on floor

How long was it parked?
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Re: 88 clutch on floor

I though same Jamie. Was it parked while op dashed in a sprawl mart for some Nyquil, or was it parked in 2004?
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Re: 88 clutch on floor

You talking about the clutch pedal or clutch itself?
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Re: 88 clutch on floor

Clutch pedal.
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Re: 88 clutch on floor

Well man, did you get it fixed? It's been 3 months since you initially posted.
Did you find the spring? Was there a spring even missing? Pictures would be helpful.
I don't know about the 88 but anytime clutch is on the floor to me that sounds like hydraulic problems.
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Re: 88 clutch on floor

WHEN i changed my clutch master cylinder, I had to bleed it. Everytime it went to the floor and stayed. You had to physically pull it back up. This happened a few times till pressure built up and all the air was finally out. EITHER YOU GOT AIR IN THE SYSTEM OR THE MASTER CYLINDER or SLAVE CYLINDER HAS A LEAK LETTING AIR IN. My best guess!
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