So, I'm driving home from work this morning, trying to make it to class on time and all is running well. I'm going up a hill and need to shift down for that little extra boost of power. I put my foot on the clutch and the thing is limp as spaghetti, no tension, no nothing. The light is green so I'm praying I can make it back to my dorm which is literally 300 feet from where I was, but what happens you might ask? The person in front me stops their big honkin' Chevy Tahoe in the middle of the road to let her friend get out to go into a building ... arrrggghh. So I stop, knowing full well that once I do, there's nothing I can do to get her in motion again. So, I'm left in the middle of a busy road with my blinkers on, and a whole bunch of not-too-happy folks behind me honking. I get out, run into the nearest building and call a tow truck who then proceeds to show up 30 minutes after the 10 minute time estimate they gave me on the phone. So Zuki is sitting in a tranny shop as I type this, awaiting her diagnosis. Sigh, there goes the roof rack fund [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img] Any thoughts on what it could be? I'm figuring hydraulics or clutch assembly went out.