The vehicle is a 1993 Lancer Evo
idk how to explain this but my clutch pedal sorta has 2 positions? When I press it with little force it stops and I can engage gears. It's a little tough though and a little grindy (especially reverse). Now if I press it with little force and it stops and THEN I apply more force it goes all the way in and all gears engage perfectly with very little force required.
Here's a demonstration: https://youtu.be/HX51kO6NxJM
In the video you can hear the car shaking and my seat belt buckle squeaking (lol) while in gear (00:03). But when I press the pedal with a lot of force applied it doesn't do that in gear (00:08) Also at 00:42 you can see me press the pedal forcefully all the way in and put it in gear, then let out the pedal to the "step" point and the engine barely drops RPM. In comparison when I press the pedal in with little force and try let it out a little bit the engine drops RPM significantly and the car starts shaking again (00:37)
All this is done while car is parked and parking brake applied
I hope it's not a bearing or fork issue. Maybe low fluid or air in system?