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Clutch and break sticking ???

Ok so my grandfather and I have been trying to figure out this issue for a long time, we have even had a shop look at it and have been told that it just needs to be driven more.

The issue that we are having is whenever the clutch is pushed in when driving the break pedal will also go down slightly causing the breaks to be applied when shifting. The break pedal will not return to the correct position after shifting and I will have to pull it back up with my foot. Also even if you just use the breaks then the break pedal will not return to the correct position, it won't stay fully depressed, it just won't return to the correct position. Also now I have noticed the clutch just staying all the way down and not wanting to come back up. This vehicle only has 29,000 miles on it so maybe it is just sticking because it hasn't been driven enough but we have put grease on all the parts in the clutch break assembly and have seen no improvement in results. If anyone has any experience with this issue and knows how to fix it, we would sure appreciate the help. Thanks, Andrew
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