Question about 1990 Honda Accord
1990 honda accord The pedal used to be slow to come back up but now has permanently stayed on the floor
Your accord has a hydraulic clutch system. The reason you pedal isn't coming back up is it is low on fluid. You will need to add DOT3 Brake fluid to the brake reservoir, or the clutch reservoir if there is one. sometimes manufacturers use the brake reservoir to do both. The clutch resirvoir is right next to the brake reservoir and is smaller. you may need to bleed the system after topping off. Thanks, and don't forget to vote
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Look dude it sounds like you have air in your line all you have to do is bleed it and thats simple the vaulve is at the front of the motor
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
There is a separate reservoir for the clutch. If it is really low, you should probably take the extra step to check for leaks at the clutch master cylinder (you'll see a trail of fluid down the floor from where the push rod comes through the firewall) or at the slave cylinder on the front of the transmission housing. If these have never been replaced, it is probably time. Bleeding the system can take a lot of time; it may take 20 - 30 time of actuating the pedal and bleeding at the slave cylinder.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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