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I'm having trouble changing gears any my clutch pedal is to the floor?

(1999 Ford Explorer)
in Potwin, KS on July 03, 2014
It seems that no matter how hard I press I can't get it to go into gear. I just had my clutch changed about 8 months ago what could the issue be. Is there some sort of pressure spring on the pedal? I also just changes me IAC valve and ignition coil and it seems that my cars idle is really high now why is that?
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on July 04, 2014
Is the fluid level ok? If empty, find the leak and there's the bad part. If the pedal is abnormally soft you probably have a bad master or slave cylinder. If the pedal is hard then it's most likely a bad pressure plate. Did they replace the slave cylinder when replacing the clutch?-I always do on Fords with internal slaves which I believe you have.

Most likely you got a bad IAC, the connection is bad, or it's leaking. If you removed any other stuff while changing it those could be leaking. Check engine light on?
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