Well I'll start with a check you should make. Look under the bell housing area as in under the clutch area. You should see a cotter pin hanging out there. Make sure it is free to wiggle around and is not covered with grease and oil. If covered and not free to move clean that area up with brake cleaner spray. That is the bell housing drain which drains oil and water out of the clutch area so as to help keep you from having those clutch problems. Now to your answer. A sticking clutch can be caused by rust due to wear or just plain and simple weather. Rust will cause the disk to stick the the flywheel and or pressure plate. Or the clutch area has oil and water in it due to the cotter pin clogged up and that in turn makes the clutch disk sticky so then you have your problem
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