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My 1990 Honda Accord is not taking gear

It seems like my cluch is engaged all the time

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  • yoman_420 Feb 04, 2009

    when you push in the clutch it hits the ground and you have to pull it back up and it wont go in gear

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Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder reservoir - it is probably low. You will probably have to bleed the system (similar to bleeding brakes), the bleeder screw is on the slave cylinder on the front side of the transmission. If the level is low, you should also check for leaks in the system while you're at it. Leaks from the master cylinder show up on the inside of the firewall and floor below where the push rod comes through the firewall. Leaks from the slave cylinder should be fairly obvious on the flexible boot.

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