I have an 01 Forester with a clutch pedal that sticks as it comes up. The slave cylinder's push rod doesn't contact the clutch fork arm at all when not engaged, leaving the arm to vibrate back and forth, making an annoying squeaky belt type of sound. The rod also moves around quite freely, and I don't know how normal that is, or, for that matter, how much play that clutch release arm is supposed to have in it. I found a small amount of liquid on the hose, which may or may not be brake fluid. I haven't bled the line and the master cylinder is at minimum level. The car has 105K miles, but the clutch is brand new.