Like the title says, I have an 08 C30 M6 with the clutch pedal stuck on the floor. There is about 1-2 inches of travel and the clutch will still engage and disengage, but it doesn't return like it should. I've done a lot of reading, and it seems like this issue is generally caused by a bad master and/or slave cylinder. From what I've read you're supposed to replace one when you replace the other anyway. I've started taking it apart, but I'm hung up on the bolts connecting the sway bar to the subframe. There wasn't enough space to undo them with the subframe in place, so I disconnected everything and unbolted the subframe from the unibody. Now I have better access to the bolts, but I still haven't been able to break them loose. Has anyone done this job? How did you get these bolts loose? I'm at my wit's end and seriously considering just putting everything back together, driving it to the nearest Volvo dealership to have them diagnose this, and trying to trade it in for the next to nothing that it's worth at this point. I barely have enough money to replace the clutch, flywheel, master/slave cylinders, and the seals in that area. I can't afford to have the dealership do the work and haven't been able to find a good independent Volvo mechanic in the area.