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Accord vtec s 1.8 wreg 09 03 2000

Clutch pedal goes to the floor . the clutch master cylinder were the clutch pedal plunger goes into inside the car there there is fluid visible around here but no other leaks that i can see has done 59000 miles HELP PLEASE

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Is the plate, the pressure plate. It lost the tension.

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