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94 Accord dx pushed in clutch and it went to the floor

I pushed in my clutch and it went to the floor hasnt had any signs of slipping or anything like that but right when i gets to the floor it will still allow me to put it in gear and drive it , Can anyone help me out with this one..

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  • lilroach501 Feb 04, 2009

    got in the car pushed in the clutch and it almost went to the floor it had just enough pressure to allow me to start it and put it in gear and drive it to the store do i need to put fluid in it or how do i go about the process of elimination. not very familiar with this kind of problem .. thanks for responding to my question

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Hi Lil

Not quite sure what you mean ?

What is the problem ?

Give me more details !

John.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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    John Quinn Feb 04, 2009

    Hi



    Open the hood, and check the little clutch fluid container level.

    It should be next to the brake fluid reservoir.

    It has a full level mark on the side to tell you correct level.



    If it is down, top it up with brake fluid.



    Give the clutch pedal a good pumping, and you should feel it come back to normal with luck !



    If what I have been saying is correct, you have a fluid leak in either, the clutch slave cylinder, or clutch master cylinder, and you can get seal kits to rectify this, but need to be a bit mechanically minded.

    You might be OK, and just keep topping it up !



    Good Luck !

    Don´t forget to give me a FixYa rating...... I want to be a Guru !



    John

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Your car is problably equiped with a hydrolic clutch and it sounds like their is a leak in the pressure line. This part should be bought new. But you should envestigate first to see if their is any sign of it leaking. Like if their is moisture on the pressure line. I had the same problem with me truck and that is what it was.

Please contact me if your problem presists.

Thanks, Charlie

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    Charlie Feb 04, 2009

    Wat you have to do is, their should be a resevior on the drivers side under the hood. Uder that will be ethier a hose that goes to the master cylnder or the resivor will be right on the master cylnder. Their will be a hose that goes down to a slave cylnder. If their is any moisture on any of the lines then you have to replace it.



    I will be avalible for chat later if you need further asistance.



    Please contact me if your problem presists.



    Thanks, Charlie

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