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Honda accord 1995 ex vtec manual gears do not engage

Checked fluid and seems to be alright. Clutch Pedal ss a bit too soft

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It may have air or link(s). check clutch system.

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at a minimum the pressure plate but not changing everything while in there would be silly

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95 honda accord ex wont stay in gear


You likely have a failed transmission, have a shop confirm this.

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I own a 1995 honda accord ex 2.2L vtec, and it won't go into reverse no matter what I do..it seems to be locked out. any ideas of what could have happened, and what I need to replace?


If you are unable to get it out of park and into any other gear including reverse check the brake pedal
switch. The brakes have to be applied on most automatics in order to get the car out of park.
The switch should be attached to the brake pedal
under the dash.

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I have a 89 toyota pickup 4 speed. When I'm stopped at a stop light, and let out on the clutch it seems like it has lost pressure. When I'm shifting down the road it shifts fine. I checked the fluid and it...


this sounds like the clutch slave is goin out, this unit is on the outside of the transmission. Possibly losing pressure!! Your transmission does not use transmission fluid, but instead gear oil. Have the following checked:
1. Clutch Slave (possibly worn)-this will cause soft or hard clutch pedal feel, slipping clutch, unintended clutch release, hard gear engagement, no/insufficient clutch movement.

*2. Clutch pedal Mounting Plate (possibly cracked)-this will cause improper gear engagement, hard gear engagement, soft pedal feel, insufficient clutch movement.

*this plate is located above the clutch pedal itself, apply pressure on the pedal with one hand while inspecting the plate for fatigue cracks(use a bright flashlight). This is very common on these models. This problem will eventually get worst and most mechanics never figure this out.

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check fluid levels or for air in the lines if so bleed or your clutch plate or pressure plate are gone

Feb 13, 2010 | 1991 Honda Accord

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94 Accord Ex 2.2l Vtec will not engage passing gear


Sounds like it could be a problem something to do with the clutch perhaps? If the clutch or other components of the tranny are malfunctioning then it could very well be the source of quite a few elusive problems, and unfortunately the transmission on Honda's are known for hard-shifting, so i would have the transmission diagnosed just to see if everything checks out A-OK. Let me know how it goes!

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Almost seems like clutch pedal won't go far enough to allow gear to engage and yet it only happens periodically - fluids are good and according to manual,I don't see any adjustments that could be made.


Bleed out the old fluid from the clutch slave cylinder (use brake fluid)it may be contaminated with water, the other possibility is that the pilot bearing is starting to bind this will cause the shifter to not engage as the clutch is pushed in.

Dec 06, 2009 | 1995 Jeep Wrangler

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I have a 1998 accord 4cyl coupe manual trans. The


A clutch issue youtend to have more of an engagement problem with 1st and reverse gear for a small time period before you notice other gears.You want to check the clutch hydrolic system for any leaks(clutch slave at transmission,clutch master,which you look for leakage on interior above clutch pedal)and at fluid resevoir.you also want to double check condition of trans fluid. strongly recommend using only HONDA BRAND MANUAL TRANS. FLUID when doing maintinance,fluid should be replaced every 30k on this car.The Honda brand fluid is like night and day on these cars,it WILL make a difference in shifting!!TRust Me on this point! Sorry now back to your main clutch issue,when driveing and you go to shift gears and normally notice grinding,with clutch pedal in shft out of gear and before engageing it into next gear do a double pump of clutch pedal then see if when continuing to next gear if it engagees smoother.if so you know you have without a dout a clutch pressure plate/disc problem. I can tell you that in twenty years the only manual transmissions themselves that ever had problems were due to outside influences(gear oil in transmission,improper driveing,etc.)let me know what you find and we can go from there..JOEL

Oct 17, 2009 | 1998 Honda Accord

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1998 Accord EX 4cyl manual trans. I have to "pump" the clutch in order for the starter to engage. Is this the 1)Clutch switch assembly or 2) clutch switch inhibitor?


first check fluid level on clutch master .if it is low top it up then check for leack may find leack inside the driver side close to clutch pedal on carpet or on slave cylinder. if the level is fine you may have problem in clutch.

Sep 08, 2009 | 1998 Honda Accord

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Clutch problem


check the fluid level first, if its empty this will happen, if so full it and bleed the clutch, if not it could be the slave cylinder and failing both, it could be the clutch itself, easiest way to check is to see on the gearbox if the clutch is engaging when you press the pedal down.
just ask if you need more help

Jun 17, 2008 | 1998 Honda Accord

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