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(2008 Suzuki Reno)
in Las Vegas, NV on June 09, 2010
without warning, when I went to shift, the clutch depressed all the way to the floor with no tension/pressure. Immediately, could not shift into any gear. I've had clutches go out in the past years on me, but this time it went completely out within a mile. Is there a new hydraulic mechanism that I should be aware of as I troubleshoot this matter?
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on June 10, 2010
hydraulics have been around for decades. check and see if you have fluid in the clutch master cylinder. if it is vable. then the cable may have snapped. sound external, not the disc. plate or bearing.

on August 19, 2010
The same thing just happened to me out in the middle of the desert. Luckily I had a saviour mechanic that bled the clutch and added fluid to the master cylinder. But it is leaking at the bleeder. Is yours? Was your repair a warrantee item
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