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Clutch does not engage properly on 1996 civic cx

Where do I add fluid?

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Resevior next to brake on firewall look for small cap

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My Clutch won't engage into gear. Need advice!


Did you check the clutch reservoir under the hood mounted on the firewall, driver side? Make sure level is up where it should be. If it's real low, you may have to bleed the system to get the air out. If you need to add fluid, use brake fluid.

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It sure sounds like a clutch problem, You describe needing more RPM's which indcates a slipping clutch. If the shifter goes into each gear but the car doesn't move your clutch is gone or the linkage is stuck or inoperative. hope this helps, Chuck

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