My 93 Saab clutch was stuck to the floor and I couldn't change gears. I was out of town and had...
the clutch replaced. It drove fine on the way home and for a few minor distance drives but today the very same problem happened as before they put a new clutch in. PLEASE HELP!
Tell the garage that put the new clutch in that they did a crap job and you want it put right or your money back.
Sounds like a clutch cable is sticking...
There is a cable that runs from your peddle, through the firewall to your transmission and the clutch. This cable stretches and can break over time. This cable also can wear through the liner and jam.
You should replace it, but for a quick (and temp) fix you can spray a lube on the cable to free it up......but remember, this is only a temp fix.
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