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Got a 95 accord and clutch went to the floor n didnt come up n it wont go into gear ..but with the car off it goes into gear.

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Other answers are right on time

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It's a hydraulic, master/slave system.
Probably hung up at the slave end, at the clutch throw-out bearing.
Hope this helps.

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Check the slave cylinder.it could be out of fluid or the seals are shot.

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New clutch, throw out bearing and maybe yoke. replace everything once you are in there.

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    i was told to check for any leaks bcuz it could just b air n the line or something like that..that it has to do with hydrolics bcuz the clutch dont come up unless i pull it up

  • rdjagger Mar 28, 2015

    not sure you have a hydraulic clutch on that car. but maybe.

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The clutch is shot or the linkage is busted.

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