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How to replace the slave cylinder on a Honda element

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SOURCE: Bleeding clutch slave cylinder

if you loosten the slave bleeder screw and push in the clutch pedal fluid should come out if not make sure someone holds down the pedal and tighten the screw then pump the clutch a few times and hold the pedal and open the screw if no fluid repeat a couple of times if still no fluid you need either a new master cylinder or just rebuild it( normally cheaper) and if you rebuild it make sure you flush all the lines of debris

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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It's basically replacing the parts, unbolting and removing each part. You just want to make sure you have all the air out of the system.

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SOURCE: 1990 Honda accord 5 speed. the slave and master

either the hydraulics need to be purged of air or the slave cylnder ball end is not engaged with the shift fork.

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I have a 1997 honda accord 5speed I don't know what it is but it like my clutch is not releasing to make the car take off it acts like I never release my clutch when I have it just idles why


possible failure is the clutch cable or clutch master cylinder ( which ever you have )
if it is a cable the cable wears and strands of the cable jam in the case stopping the clutch pressure plate from engaging
if hydraulic the compensating post in the master cylinder becomes blocked and does not release the pressure to the clutch slave cylinder
The fix will be to replace which ever you have

Feb 12, 2016 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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2001 Honda Accord. I am having clutch problems. I changed the master and slave cylinders 2 years ago and it worked fine. About 3 weeks ago it started acting up again and I changed the slave cylinder. It...


Master and Slave cylinder will not require often replacements until they replaced it with some cheap ones. With new master and slave, you still need to bleed the system to make sure there is not any air bubbles present in the system that might prevent it from proper functioning.

May 19, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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How long does it usually take to replace the slave cylinder on a 1995 Honda Accord?


I would imagine it might take around 1 hour of labour, plus brake fluid and bleeding time.
Perhaps two hours tops.

Nov 12, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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1994 Honda Accord clutch is on the floor


if it,s hydrolic look to put in fluid.

Feb 14, 2012 | 1994 Honda Accord

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Lost resistance on clutch pedal and hard to change gears also when topping up clutch fluid it does`nt last that much and leaks from slave cyclinder


If the slave cylinder is leaking, replace the slave cylinder. You are loosing hydraulic pressure in the clutch and is the reason why it is not engaging correctly.

Apr 13, 2011 | 2001 Honda Accord

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Replace master cylinder on 93 honda accord clutch pedal snaps to floor and sticks when i try to bleed the new master cylinder i get no fluid out the slave cylinder bleeder even after pumping alot i cracked...


make sure the bleeder screw is not rusted closed some times it happens . take the bleeder screw out and step on clutch pedal but not all the way to floor see if any fluid comes out . it is possible the master is no good just because its new does not mean its good ! hope this helps

Aug 10, 2010 | Honda Accord Cars & Trucks

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2004 Honda Element...the clutch pedal engaging at 50%


Hi:
You could have a problem with your pressure plate, but you need to check out your clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder too. Check the clutch master cylinder fluid reservoir, and make sure it is full. It is located on the back wall of the engine compartment, approx right in front of your clutch pedal. If it is low, or you notice any fluid leakage, you need to address what caused that. You can bleed the system too, but that won't repair the problem.

Dec 10, 2009 | 2004 Honda Element

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How to replace clutch slave on 1996 honda accord


first brake loose the line that feeds the slave cylinder. you will need a line wrench for this. then remove the 2 twelve millimeter bolts that hold the slave to the trans. remove the hydraulic line from the slave. reinstall in the reverse order(before installing slave break loose the 8 mm bleeder screw) then bleed the clutch by yourself or with an assistant. bleeding processes vary

Jun 18, 2009 | 1996 Honda Accord

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Clutch pedal goes to floor


Its sounds like a bad clutch cylinder or bad slave cylinder or fluid leaking. First check brake fluid level in clutch master , and check for a leak in clutch system. If there are NO leaks, then you either have a bad clutch cylinder or a slave cylinder. Bleed clutch at bleeder screw on slave cylinder and make sure there is pressure from master cylinder. If there is pressure then slave cylinder may be bad replace slave and bleed and that should take care of you problem. If master is bad then replace bleed system ad you should be good. Contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA.

May 16, 2009 | 1988 Honda Accord 4 Door

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LOOKING FOR BLEEDER VALVE


Are you talking about the clutch? If so, it is on the front of the cylinder under some wires and stuff. Its a pain to get at but do-able. I used a 1/4 inch drive ratchet and mid depth socket when I replaced mine and had to bleed the system. If your having a problem with bleed down of the hydrolics replace the master and the slave. I did just the master and ended up replacing the slave too.

Apr 08, 2009 | 1988 Honda Prelude

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