Why does my clutch pedal stick? on 1995 Toyota Camry

Why does the clutch pedal "stick"? - it doesn't pop back out to its normal position after I push the pedal. I have to pulled it out with my foot as I drive or else I cannot switch gears.

by in Miami, FL on July 26, 2009
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1 answer 3 comments
ANSWER by , July 26, 2009
The clutch pedal sticking and staying at the floor is probably a sign that the clutch master cylinder is low in fluid. It is a sealed system and should not loose fluid. The clutch slave cylinder or clutch master cylinder may be leaking and require replacement.
COMMENT by , August 23, 2010
can the slave cylinder cause the arm att. to it not to work. like its not coming back
COMMENT by , September 11, 2010
Thank You so much for this suggestion. I was thinking that I might need a new clutch, but I just needed more fluid. You made my day.
COMMENT by , December 13, 2010
Happened to my 95 toyota camry. I got both replaced , the master and the slave. It is only good for 3 months before the same problem happened again. I checked the oil is still in the same full level. Anybody can help me what is the problem now?