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Clutch sticks to floor or is slow to release?

91 honda accord lx, i replaced the master and slave has small leak but goes through no fluid?

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Could be a couple of things check release bearing is not binding on output shaft or the arm which holds the release bearing is not bent or worn where it pivots also check where the arm pivots point is not worn out if all checks out replace the clutch pressure plate,clutch discs,throw out bearing and pilot bearing,one more thing is a clutch disc has some springs mounted to it to absorb some of the pressure when engaging the clutch and i have seen these springs come off and get in between the clutch assembly but usually when this happens you can feel and hear some grinding metal noise.but to check all the above the transmission will have to be removed.

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