Well it happened this way, I pulled my car out of the garage to wash it then take her for a spin. After washing I started her up, went to push in the clutch, the peddle went to the floor with zero resistance, without disengaging the clutch and stayed there. After checking to see if the push rod had become disconnected, which it hadn't, I looked for fluid loss at the master cylinder and under the car and found none.
Knowing this I called my local Chevy dealer, picked the service managers brain, then called a local performance shop to get their opinion, I've pretty well narrowed it down to the master cylinder. Of course I could be wrong and after replacing the master cylinder, if that doesn't cure the situation and I have to replace the slave, I'll know I won't have a week link anywhere.
I figure I can replace the master myself, I just haven't done one in a long time. If it turns out to be the slave, I'll have to have that done by a shop as I don't have the means to pull the transmission.
Any pointers and or special tools needed would be greatly appreciated.
just installed a Tick on mine after my clutch pedal stuck to the floor. i love it, a little firmer but very consistent. it took me a little over 3 hours to complete the job. youll need a good tool selection and patience. just make sure you bleed it good before reinstalling the quick disconnect. if you have any questions let me know.