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1998 honda accord Cluth is stuck to the floor

My cluth just went all the way to the floor. It wont go in gear unless the car is off. I checked the cluth fluid and it is fine. It will start fine but i cannot put it in gear when it is started. Please help

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  • admin359 Sep 10, 2008

    no actuallly it feels hard and normal when you push it all the way to the floor. But once its on the floor it stays on the floor, and i have to either pull it back up with my foot or hand.

  • admin359 Sep 10, 2008

    There is some resistance all the way until it gets to the floor. Then it stays on the floor and i have to pull it back up with no resistance at all.

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Do you have a broken or busted clutch line? If the clutch is just hitting the floor, then I'd check for leaks along the line for your clutch. Make sure you go over the master cylinder well.

Now if there is no leaks anywhere, and you're not loosing any fluid, it would sound as if something let go in the clutch assembly whether it be internal, or even the hydraulic parts. Definitely check for a leak.

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Sound like your clutch master cyl is bad. when you push the clutch how does it feel? real soft like there is nothing there. i have also seen the T_O brg go bad and damage the pressure plate.

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  • paul erickson
    paul erickson Sep 10, 2008

    `a clutch master cyl should resolve your problem

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    paul erickson Sep 10, 2008

    you need to watch the slave cyl when you push the clutch in to see if it moving. if it is your pressure plate went bad. and needs a clutch job. but first check that slave cyl . have a friend help with the engine off. here is a diagram to help you.
    later paul


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