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Make sure the clutch master cylinder is not holding pressure. If I had your problem, here's what I would do: squeeze the clutch and release. Then stuff a large rag under and around the hose fitting at the master cylinder. Now, crack the hose connector bolt loose and see if fluid squirts out. It may leak out, but shouldn't squirt out. If it does, you may just have a problem with the clutch master cylinder.
 
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