Question about 1996 Honda Accord
You need to PRE BLEED the master cylinder, or you may never get pressure. Parts houses sell little hoses for this purpose.
Posted on May 30, 2010
Check all of your lines, make sure there is nothing leaking..also make sure that the bleeding nipple on the slave is shut all the way and also the one on the master. if there is nothing leaking and all lines are tight try to gravity bleed, open the nipple on the slave and let the fluid drain out. the fluid will stop when there is no air in the lines, while you do that try tapping on all the lines to make sure there is no air pockets getting stuck..i had the same problem in my honda and that worked perfectly
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