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Is the clutch pedal lower than the brake pedal? If so you may have the wron master cylinder. 95 uses a 205mm clutch master pushrod that i have only seen at advanced auto parts. It appears that most other stores will sell you a 201mm clutch master pushrod for use in a 92-95 I believe.

Othe possible issues are air in the hydraulic system, backwards throw out bearing, throwout bearing installed incorrectly on clutch fork, worn clutch fork pivot, or bent clutch fork.

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