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1994 Honda Accord clutch is on the floor

I noticed my clutch pedal getting loose. A lot of free play and it would only engage when it was very close to the floor. Then when I took my foot off of it the clutch pedal did not come back up. I had to use my toe to pull it back up. The next morning clutch pedal was all the way down on the floor and I could not pull it back up. I popped the hood and found the clutch fluid reservoir and topped it off with fluid because it was totally dry. The clutch was fine for over a month then I the problem happened again. So I repeated the steps. The clutch worked for only a day and now it is acting up again. But now when I go to top off the fluid, there is already some in there. Do I need to replace the Clutch Master Cylinder or the Clutch Slave Cylinder or both? Also, is there somewhere there might be another fluid leak? Thanks for you help.

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For the Honda clutch problem...First of all the slave cylinder is under the car...You checked the clutch master cylinder and found it empty...Don't waste time..!!!..Since there are miles on it go ahead and replace ALL clutch components...meaning Clutch master cylinder/Slave cylinder/clutch fluid line and clutch...If you tinker with it and change one component at a time you will end up causing the new master cylinder and or slave cylinder to leak..You should set park brake,chock wheels,get safety glasses...Remove clutch master cylinder and check behind it for leaks..,Then raise car and put on safe jack stands,crawl under car and check for wetness at fluid line that runs to the slave cylinder...you will find the leak...That's if you want to tinker....Anyhow once any type master cylinder gets very low or dry it has become faulty anyway...which means the slave cylinder will be faulty also...If it has 100,000 Take my advice and replace it all before you get stuck in traffic........Good Luck.......BROOKS...

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If it,s hydrolic look to put in fluid.

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