Why would 2007 ford focus clutch stop working in stop and go traffic, then work fine a few minutes kater

Asked by Dec 08, 2015 at 06:56 PM about the 2007 Ford Focus

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My 2007 ford focus clutch stopped working in stop and go traffic. I was eventually able to get off the road and then the clutch started working fine.why?? What should I do?

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Need to get it looked at asap. Not sure on that one but a slave cylinder could do this, may just need some fluid, and checked for leaks.

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When you say 'stopped working' do you mean would not engage or would not dis-engage? But Rowefast is right, first thing to do is check the hydraulic fluid. Not sure on the Focus is same reservoir as brakes or not

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