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Stuck clutch pedal on a Mazda B series truck

Stuck clutch pedal on a 1991 Mazda B series truck. The clutch pedal will not return from it's depressed position...the dot 3 fluid level in the master cylinder o.k. ans there are no leaks from either the hose or slave cylinder.

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Replace both clutch slave and master cylinders, and bleed well. I've also had this happen.

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Master cylinder is stuffed

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Pull back the boot on the slave cylider and check for fluid around rod insert.If it leaks,replace the $16.99 criter. first.Bleed the new slave as you would a brake system. Not working?Look at the master clutch cylinder next.

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Possible problem is a bad slave cylinder or needs bleeding or a bad master clutch cylinder

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The bleeding is ok but the part that connects to trans. where the clutch slave is u could pump clutch peddle but if u look at clutch slave it just keeps slowly slipping back in whats the problem there no leaks any were

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