Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
Since you say the clutch pedal has good pressure then the hydraulic release system should be working properly. It still would be a good idea to have someone press on the pedal while you watch the slave cylinder, to confirm it is moving. If it is then most likely your clutch is worn out. There is a small chance that 1 of the axles has popped out of the differential, you can look at both axles and confirm that they are still both right up against the transmission housing. But I think if this has happened, then when you accelerate, then your speedometer would move.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Clutch problem
check the fluid level first, if its empty this will happen, if so full it and bleed the clutch, if not it could be the slave cylinder and failing both, it could be the clutch itself, easiest way to check is to see on the gearbox if the clutch is engaging when you press the pedal down.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2008
yes..sir you must take your car to the nearst Honda Service Station and ask to the mechanic there to check the transmission and replace the clutch with new one. don't forget to check and maybe change all oil that have connected with your transmission. all work maybe take 1 or 2 days depend on the part that you need to change
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: 98 Honda Accord Wont Start
either have a shop scan it for trouble codes or buy a scanner your self at local parts store have OBDII scanner and find out for your self it could be a number of things.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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