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.
A clutch not disengaging is usually a hydraulic issue. Check your clutch fluid. Then check your clutch master and slave cylinders for leaks.
Bad hydraulic cylinders.
Yes, it does have a hydraulic clutch Yes, it does have a hydraulic clutch
You don't it doesnt have a cable it's all hydraulic cylinders
Broken clutch fork or hydraulic line if a hydraulic clutch.
It has a hydraulic clutch
HYDRAULIC CLUTCH IN THE 03 ASTRA
A 2007 corsa would be a hydraulic clutch
a similaar thing happened on my cavalier when the cable snapped, check to see if there is a clutch cable, if the system is hydraulic has something similar happened? loss of hydraulic fluid or the like. Audis have a hydraulic clutch system, with a master cylinder (in car on firewall) and a slave cylinder (outside on transmission) with a metal tube between them (which looks like a brake line). One of the cylinders may be blown or the trouble could be the clutch itself, but most likely one of the cylinders needs to be rebuilt.
It is a hydraulic operated clutch.
You can bleed it though if the pedal is just low. Check the master and slave cylinders for leaks too.
There is really good information on the hydraulic cylinder at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydraulic_cylinder. I do not believe a Honda Civic comes equipped with a Hydraulic Cylinder. It does, however come with brake and clutch master cylinders. If you are having trouble with your master cylinders, you need to get your brake lines and brakes checked as soon as possible.