Re: Clutch pedal stuck on the floor?
You'll have to pump the clutch pedal by hand to get pressure back after you put more fluid in, probably have to bleed the system too. look for leaks in the line, check the fittings for tightness if they are leaking, and check around the primary and slave cylinder for leaks. If they are leaking, replace the one that is leaking. If it's the slave cylinder, it might be tougher to replace on that truck. I recommend buying a shop manual or Haynes manual to assist you. You'll save a ton of money if you do it yourself.
The dealer should have to do it. If he has a service garage, it should be a cheap, easy repair for him. He had to have known about it, check the lemon laws in your state. If he refuses to fix it, threaten to take out an ad in your local paper exposing him, and follow through if he doesn't help you. I'd also report him to the Better Business Bureau.