Question about 1993 Honda Accord
I replaced the slave cylinder and the master cylinder and I have bled the clutch several times. However, the clutch occasionally starts to slip and it appears to happen when the weather is warmer. Once it starts happening I have to bleed the clutch a few times and then the problem mysteriously goes away for a few weeks but then it comes back again. It starts with a gradual slipping and then gets a little worse until I bleed it again. One person I talked to said it may be the rubber hose deteriorating internally causing it to act like a one way check valve, thus keeping the clutch engaged just enough to slip. Anyone else have this problem?
May be a bad pressure plate, because if it was the clutch hydraulics the pedal will go to the floor. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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