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91 Honda Accord

I went to go out to my car yesterday and the clutch pedal went all the way to the ground, I just got done replacing the slave cylinder a month ago, so I check to make sure there was fluid in the line and no air. I even replaced the part again last night and my pedal is still not coming up just staying to the ground. What else could this be?

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  • mchaffiehous Feb 26, 2009

    i have a 91 accord lx 5sp, my clutch often sticks to floor and is soft.I replaced the master cylnder and the slave was taken off and works fine, bled the system and problem is still there.

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When you bleed the system make sure to bleed in 2 points.
One is the slave cylinder, the other one is in the joint of the line (hydraulic line) when it passes from the chassis to the engine (right above the transmission). loosen the bolt just a little and press the clutch again (several times).
then you will be done bleeding the system correctly and your clutch will work again!

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