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Clutch pedal issues

I’m sure there are others out there with similar problems. Went out of town for work for a weekend and my clutch pedal was sticking to the floor and I would have to bring it back up with my toe. Imagine driving with Pittsburgh traffic like that 🙄 after taking the pedal assembly out and determining the bushings were annihilated, and the spring was binding. Because plastic bushings and a spring that pivots is a brilliant idea. I bought a new assembly and it lasted a fucking week. But now it’s even worse than before. When it sticks to the floor, the car still drives fine and the clutch isn’t slipping or anything. Is there an adjustment I can toy with or anything? I’m ready to drive this thing off a cliff.
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Thanks guys I’ve finally figured it out. Not only are the parts unavailable but also any information on anything! Even from a forum that specifies on one model! I’ve determined that mazda is a fucking turd and will never buy again. Thanks for all of the input and the help you’ve all contributed! I’m going to get this thing “good enough” to drive to the dealer and trade for 6 speed Dart. Again, appreciate you all.
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