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2004 Honda Accord - 5 sp. Clutch hard to press down to shift

My clutch is hard to press down to shift. Has gotten worse in last month. Does this need to be replaced, adjusted, ?

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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.
just ask if you need more help

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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SOURCE: where is the adjustment for the clutch in a 1990 honda accord

Hi, The clutch adjustment is on the pushrod at the clutch master cyl. at the pedal cluster. Losen the locknut on clutch master cyl. pushrod and turn pushrod in or out to get specified stroke and height at clutch pedal. The pedal stroke should be  5.6" and the height should be  8.25".

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 Honda Accord--5-speed-- clutch smeels...won't go

Here is a link that makes it SIMPLE STUPID. Try this site:

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Posted on Dec 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Clutch slipping on 93 Honda Accord

there is no adjustment, replacement needed

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 1988 honda accord 2 door I need to change clutch

no remove gearbox but you might need to lower subframe to gain access ,use an engine lift to support gearbox or a block and tackle so you can pull it out and not have to lower it

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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