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Clutch slipping on 93 Honda Accord

The clutch just started slipping on my 93 Honda Accord. A couple days ago I thought it was a bit of the black ice that was on the roads. Today though, the roads were completely dry. Best to have it adjusted or the clutch replaced. Thanks for your help.

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  • bklutz Dec 29, 2008

    Thank you Jason. That is what I didn't want to hear but expected to hear. Happy New Year to you!




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There is no adjustment, replacement needed

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