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Why does my clutch pedal stick?

(1995 Toyota Camry)
in Miami, FL on July 26, 2009
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.
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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.
on August 23, 2010
can the slave cylinder cause the arm att. to it not to work. like its not coming back
on 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.
on 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?
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