clutch on 2000 GMC Sonoma

my clutch pedal goes to the floor but comes back up .... will go into gear when not on but will not go in to gear when started if i start truck in gear it pulls and squats do i need a new clutch

by in Cambridge, MD on January 05, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on January 07, 2010
Before deciding you need a new clutch you must first inspect the operation of the clutch master and slave cylinders. First make sure there is the correct amount and type of fluid in the clutch master cylinder. If the clutch master cylinder is empty then you have a leak that must be repaired. If the fluid is full then you will need to check for proper operation of the slave cylinder. If the hydraulic portion of the clutch checks out OK then chances are you will need a new clutch.
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