Oh no man.....it looks like the pin is still in there and is not broken. I'm not sure what its supposed to look like, but maybe you can tell from the picture. If that's the case I assume my clutch is gone. Do they just go with no warning? I double checked the shift cables and both seem to be working properly. On the clutch, I understand the flywheel needs to also be changed on these cars. Dual mass flywheel at rockauto is over $300 by itself. Add the clutch kit and new slave cylinder and I'm looking at $500 with shipping. I'm not sure if I have it in me to change the clutch in the driveway, especially being so cold. Anyway, if you can see the pin in the pictures and shoot me some advice I'd appreciate it...
Ken in Pa.