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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Re: 1998 honda accord Cluth is stuck to the floor
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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The problem is an air problem you must have over looked something .You call the master cylinder what ? This is the one on the pedal checks for leaks on the inside of the vehicle if oil can get out air is getting in Then you say slave cylinder this is at the clutch inside the bell houseing and is the main bleeding point with a fitting to bleed the system . The olny other point is the resiverior unless the system is feed from the break system sometimes it is but not common . The springs are mechincal but the system is hydrolic so look for oil leaking and thats ware air is getting in dubble check it
That code signals a torque converter/ cluth system malfunction it is a sensor inside the transmission I think honda have had issues with these but you wont get warranty on a car that old there is a possibility you will be up for a transmission, best thing to do is go talk to your local honda dealer sooner rather than later before any more damage is done...
Check your clutch master cylinder fluid level. (Dot 3 brake fluid) It may be leaking at the clutch master cylinder or the slave cylinder. If the fluid looks dark and dirty, flush it out.
Cluth cable ajustment if equiped.Some cars have a cluth cylender if your model has the cylender no ajustment is available.If you had your cluth changed at a garage you might consider takeing it back in for ajustments.If you changed the clutch check cluth cable for ajustment if your car is equiped with cable if not i would perhaps remove the transmission and inspect clutch for loose clutch plate or release bearing might not be seated properly hope this helped you.
You probably have air in the system. You need to bleed the air out of the system so that it will disengage your clutch. The air in the system is compressing and, therefore, the slave cylinder can't reach the full extension.