Hey js, The best way to break a clutch free if it is indeed "frozen" from sitting is to go somewhere away from anything or anyone you could hit and getting it moving in as high a gear as you can and with your foot holding down the clutch hit first right and then left brakes really quick. Just a quick hard hit works the best and as high a gear as you can. Be sure to have the clutch pedal down. This can be dangerous so be very careful. I've been quite successful getting clutches unstuck doing this over the years. If this doesn't work your doing a clutch job. Good Luck! John
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