I have a 1991 honda accord automatic 4 cylinder. When I start it from cold it will take gears and move for about a minute, both forward and backward. thereafter, it will just not move no matter how much I accelerate.
When I leave it to cool again it behaves the same.
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Let's look at your slave cylinder and your master cylinder. Under the hood of your car are two master cylinders, and physically, they are close together. They are found right in front of you as you drive the car, except they are under the hood and about chest high. My 1990 has them right along side one another. The brake master cylinder reservoir is about 4 inches in diameter, the clutch master cylinder reservoir is about 3 inches in diameter. Both of them take quality brake fluid. Sounds like your clutch master cylinder is dry of brake fluid. It would be nice if all you had to do was to add brake fluid to the "fill" line, but then you'd have air in that system, and it would need to be "bled" to work. If you do find the brake fluid low, very likely the slave cylinder needs replacement, as your car is the right age to need this. Be blessed.
have your brakes checked. the seat belt may be covered under warranty, ck with the dealer. I worked at a Honda Dealer in the 80's and I think their seat belts were covered for the life of the car. I could be wrong
The main relay also controls the transmission and will cause an intermittent interruption of power and indicates its going bad. about a $60.00 replacement cost. the relay is located under left side of dash.