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Car is just at 3000 Km and clutch is behaving very strange. At times clutch pedal is normal, then it may get very soft and at times pedal goes to the floor. When on the floor I am unable to switch gears Any one have this problem or does any-one know the cause?
 

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Car is just at 3000 Km and clutch is behaving very strange. At times clutch pedal is normal, then it may get very soft and at times pedal goes to the floor. When on the floor I am unable to switch gears Any one have this problem or does any-one know the cause?
Car is just at 3000 Km and clutch is behaving very strange. At times clutch pedal is normal, then it may get very soft and at times pedal goes to the floor. When on the floor I am unable to switch gears Any one have this problem or does any-one know the cause?
Have you tried double-clutch technique ? Press clutch to floor, put gear lever in Neutral, then release clutch to the top, press again clutch to floor and try shifting again to any gear.
I've noticed my Manual Transmission was a bit quirky at the beginning only when going from 1st Gear to Reverse if I didn't do double clutch. Other than that it has worked very well for me. (The Venue 2022 Manual mentions that before shifting to reverse the car should be at complete stop. Pages 6-12 to 6-14).
If you get too many issues with the clutch is basically a brand new car with only 3K so take it to the dealer to have it checked out.
 

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Have you tried double-clutch technique ? Press clutch to floor, put gear lever in Neutral, then release clutch to the top, press again clutch to floor and try shifting again to any gear.
I've noticed my Manual Transmission was a bit quirky at the beginning only when going from 1st Gear to Reverse if I didn't do double clutch. Other than that it has worked very well for me. (The Venue 2022 Manual mentions that before shifting to reverse the car should be at complete stop. Pages 6-12 to 6-14).
If you get too many issues with the clutch is basically a brand new car with only 3K so take it to the dealer to have it checked out.
At times the clutch pedal goes right to the floor. At that point I am unable to take it out of gear. I have owned cars when the clutch release mechanism failed and I could still shift gears (matching engine speed with road speed) Works very well without any clutch action. At a stop light I would need to turn off the engine, put car into first gear and start engine while in gear. A bit tough but it got me home. But the Venue would not let me pull it out of gear. In other words double clutching will not work as the clutch is just not there. A while later (while driving) the clutch would work again. A very strange problem.
 

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I've got the automatic but I also own a 1999 Camaro SS convertible that I ordered with the 6 speed manual and about a year ago my clutch pedal went to the floor and stayed there and of course I couldn't shift...the problem was the hydraulic cylinder that the clutch pedal operates had to be replaced...with my car there are 2 hydraulics needed and the one at the engine requires the transmission to be removed to get to the one at the clutch and I had to get this done at a garage because the car needed to be on a hoist and it takes special equipment and man power to do the job...that job cost my 11 hundred Canadian bucks which I'd say 80% of that cost was labor.

I suspect since manufactures went to hydraulic clutches they will all be similar to the one in my Camaro which had a separate hydraulic system for it and I think the Venue uses the same hydraulics for the clutch and brakes so maybe you need to check to see if there's enough hydraulic oil in your container or maybe you have a leak some where.
 

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This doesn't happen usually take it to the dealer for service asap cause this is not a road safe car like this. I had this on my other car, yes it turned out to be the clutch cylinder there as the user above said
 
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