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Old 19-12-18, 03:27 PM   #1
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I have a 2004 Boxer, the problem is the clutch pedal keeps going to the floor and stays there until the engine cools down when it's down there is no drive to the wheels is as if the pedal is being held down, is this a slave cylinder problem?
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Hi...welcome to the forum...your question has been moved to the 'boxer' sub forum to get specific model answers...welcome again... enjoy
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Old 19-12-18, 03:41 PM   #3
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Pull it back up with your foot can you not drive the van then ?
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The pedal can be moved up or down with no resistance (floppy) gears can be selected but no drive to the wheels.

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Does it work again once cold if it does the only thing it can be is the clutch lever sticking when its hot.
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what's the remedy?
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Old 19-12-18, 05:21 PM   #7
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You need to look at the whole system check the fluid level if it is a hydraulic clutch it MAY be cable im not actually sure.

Look at the levers when cold then compare when stuck see what part is actually causing the issue its hard to say as there are so many variants of boxers over the years and most use fiat boxes as its actually more fiat than anything.
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