Question about 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door
When i got my car the clutch stayed to the floor and u had to manually pull it up so i fixed the slave cylinder and it was good till after 4 months and then when i wood push in the clutch and gas to go the car wouldnt move the engine just reved up what do i do
Could be your slave cylinder again,sometimes they don't last long,had one only last 10 months,go check your clutch master cylinder's fluid,if out,then slave cylinder is bad and should show signs of leakage.Another thing it could be if slave cylinder is good,then check the clutch master cylinder.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 99 civic ex
sounds like the clutch might be sliping to test try pulling away with handbrke on if the engine races without any pulling against the brakes the clutch is sliping and you will probely notice a burning smell
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
SOURCE: 1994 Honda Civic Ex (5 speed)
I have the same issue, but have a 1990 Honda Civic Automatic DX Hatchback. Periodically, the issue occurs when going from 2nd to 3rd gear. I'll hear a slight "click," the Check Engine light will come on and the car will start sputtering even with the accelerator pressed to the floor. What I normally do is pull over, turn the engine off and restart it and the system seems to reset itself. I've taken it to several different mechanics and none of them could figure out what the problem was since it wouldn't give any codes for the diagnostic machine. Any information on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
I had this same problem on my last 91 accord. You most likely have air in the line. I had to bleed the line for the master cylinder, and then refill the clutch popped up right off the floor. As long as it is not continuious then I would try this. All I needed was a wrench. and i didnt cost me anything. Hope this helps, if you buy the book it will show you how to do it, just look under clutch it will show you how to bleed it. Good Luck.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
It could be a bad clutch cylinder or a bad slave cylinder. If it is either - the clutch would not fully disengage. This would make changing gears very difficult. If it is the slave cylinder the system should loose fluid and start to drip if you pump it repeatedly. If it is the clucth cylinder it should just seep past the plunger seals and the fluid may not lower. If you put the truck in gear without starting it and push the clutch in - can you push the vehicle? If the answer is no - the clutch is not fully disengaged.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: 98 civic hatchback, clutch goes
CLUTCH STAY TO FLOOR CLUTCH MASTERCYLINDER COULD BE BAD OR RELEASE CYLINDER ALSO BROKEN RELEASE BEARING OR FORK CAUSE CLUTCH PEDAL TO GO TO THE FLOOR.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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