Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
The clutch didn't stay on the floor, did it? It came back up?
If there's a flexible part of the line between the master cylinder and slave cylinder, try clamping it off and verify that your clutch pedal is hard to rule out the master cylinder, but I am not getting the impression that your having symptoms of a bad master cylinder. If your pedal feels fine, I am betting on needing a new clutch. After verifying that it's not a hydraulic issue, you won't know what's going on until you inspect the clutch, fork, pressure plate etc. Possibly a seized clutch. How many miles do you guess are on the clutch?
do you still need help with your truck?
Do you hear any rattling?
That is a very reasonable price and when he is in there he will be able to determine if the failure is the fork or the clutch itself. Either way, it's a fair price.
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