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Could be a few conditions that cause that situation.
Posted on Dec 23, 2016
Lubricate all hinges first.if problem not solved then you having problem with your master cylinder kit. teel me the vehicle specs year/model.attach a photo of your clutch pedal
Posted on Dec 23, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the clutch in your car is hydralic there is no way to adjust that type of clutch. That you describe the clutch as being hard to push and that you have to have the clutch "right down on the floor to engage a gear" is an indication that the clutch is worn and needs to be replaced. If the clutch in your car is pushed by a cable, the cable might be adjustable and if that is the case you might get a few more months of use from the car, but the fix is still the same, you will need to get a new clutch put in your car.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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
If the fuel filter is mounted inside the fuel tank at the pump it does not need replacing and is a permanent filter. All you have to do it follow the fuel lines from the fuel tank to the engine. If the filter is mounted in the fuel line you will find it.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Put a scanner on the vehicle and get the code .
Obviously its an ABS PROBLEM and not the hydralic portion of the system.
Either a wheel sensor or the module were my experiences with your problem.
Once you get the code do the repair necessary ( use a shop manual this is not a difficult procedure to do)
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
There is a special socket for O2 sensors which allow the wires to stick out and not get twisted up. It's not expensive and available at most auto parts stores. Disconnect the sensor from the wiring harness, with the plug and then use the socket to remove and replace the new sensor. Re-connect electrical plug.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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