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The clutch is not seeming as tight as it was and when i go to shift gears either from n to first or any gear, it really hard as if i have to really pull the shift.. it seem like the car does not wanna shift or go into gear. it a 1994 honda accord 5-speed and the weather has been pretty cold, living in seattle wa area

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You could have a slave cylinder issue or it just may be time for a clutch job. Get it inspected. All we can do is guess

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The same thing happened to me.
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If it was me i would stop by a honda dealership and talk with the service manger to see if there is a clutch ajustment or where the shifter is if it takes oil and its low wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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