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Check an make sure that there is the correct amount of fluid in the clutch slave cylinder and also check and see if the hydraulic line going down to the transmission from the cylinder isn't near or touching the exhaust manifold or pipe because the symptom you are describing sounds like the behavior of either lack of fluid or air in the line. If the line gets heated by the exhaust, it could cause the fluid to boil causing air bubbles in the line and could cause your problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 Honda CRV Clutch Problem
hello with your clutch problem if its a hydraulic clutch i cant help you but if its a cable clutch either your cable has snapped or you might of snapped your clutch fork. common problem in holdens also
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Have you tried replacing the fuel filter? It is located under the cars center on the left side ..
You will find it alongside the main high pressure fuel pump on a metal support plate held up with 3 bolts.
Remove the 3 bolts with a 10mm socket wrench to lower the plate. Place a catch pan below the filter to catch any leaking fuel.
Be careful not to get fuel in you eyes or running down your arms. Remove the 2 bolts holding the banjo fuel pipe connections to the filter.
Note the direction of the filter.
Loosen the clamp holding the filter to the support plate and slide out the old filter.
Install the new filter in the same direction as the old one and use new copper sealing washers on the banjo connections.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Sorry I am not quite familiar on the setup of auto transmission as all my cars are manual but I can give some pointers because I had the same issue on a manual box few years back.
Check the transmission fluid. Do a drain and fill. This is your first cheapest option to take. (you need to consult your service manual on how to do it or take it to a mechanic) This is the most common fix for transmission issue.
Worst case scenario would be the whole auto gear box might be stuffed. In that case take it to a auto transmission specialist to check. Sorry I do not know the cost involved.
Please rate if it fix your issue Thanks!
Posted on May 29, 2009
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