There is probably air built up in the line, or the clutch is not compressing. Mine's going to do that I'm afraid soon, too. Top the fluid off. Under the hood on the firewall to the drivers left of the brake reservoir is smaller clutch reservoir. Clean the cap, take it off, and add BRAKE FLUID (Dot 3, of course) till it's full. Push that little rubber bellows in the cap up into the cap, then replace the cap. This may get you going again. For now, but you (and I) have a leak. It is either leaking from the master cylinder (on the firewall) or the slave cylinder (on, near, or in the transmission), or the line in between. In my case the slave cylinder is in the transmission, it costs $89. So what do you think? Go ahead and replace the clutch while I'm in there? Clutch disk is what $20? Of course you may be lucky and have that slave cylinder outside of the transmission.
If a truck has a clutch brake it would only be used when coming to a complete stop. By pushing the clutch peddle completely to the floor you would apply the clutch brake. This stops the clutch disc from spinning making it easier to shift into 1st or reverse gear. Normal shifting while driving you would not need to or want to push the clutch peddle to the floor to activate the clutch brake.
hydraulics work because fluids are considered a non-compressible material. therefore when you put your foot down on the clutch pedal it pushes the hydraulic fluid pressure through the line to disengage the clutch. if there is air in the line the air bubble will compress (gases ARE compressible) and you will feel a "spongy pedal" and you will have to "pump" the clutch pedal to move that air bubble down the hydraulic line before you get a "good" clutch
If it is a manual transmission it would not have a neutral safety switch - it may have a clutch safety switch usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal under the dash area If it is a manual transmission it would not have a neutral safety switch - it may have a clutch safety switch usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal under the dash area
I have a 95 Honda Civic with that exact problem. In fact the clutch was just replaced with all new parts about two months ago. Is it unsafe to drive? Everything else seems to work just fine. Except there is absolutely no resistance from the pedal until you get down to about 3/4 of the way down you usually would.
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