Hello, I wanted to hear the opinions from the more experienced drivers than myself. I have a new Subaru with a 5sp manual with less than 6k on the odo. I’ve noticed recently that the clutch pedal feeling has changed noticeably in the following ways: When the car is cold such as when I get in to drive to work in the morning the clutch is easy to depress and clutch engagement is close to the floor just as I remember it when it was brand new. As the engine warms up the clutch pedal becomes much harder to depress and what little free-play was available has disappeared. It’s at this point the clutch doesn’t fully engage until the pedal is completely let out. The clutch sort of acts like an on/off switch and makes it difficult to accelerate smoothly from a dead stop. I’ve spent hours researching what might explain this behavior and I also bled the hydraulic system according to the procedure outlined in the factory service manual with no change. The only thing I can think of is the spring plate within the pressure plate is changing its resistance (spring back force) with temperature and the “fingers” are pushing back against the throw out bearing in turn causing the release force to push back against the slave cylinder piston. Does this make sense? I’ve never experienced this “variable engagement” before on any manual trans vehicles I have owned and wasn’t sure if my theory made sense. Has anyone else experienced something like this before? Funny thing is I found a few internet posts at random forums where people complain of similar behavior but no one ever responded to them. I guess it’s one of those rare things?? Any input would be greatly appreciated!