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I have a 1993 honda civic and when i put the car in gear and release the clutch my car will not move. what is my problem??

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EITHER YOUR CLUCH IS WORN OR THE SLAVE CYLINDER GAVE OUT.. CHECK THE FLUID LEVEL ON THE SLAVE CYLINDER RESERVOIR OR TO BE MORE SURE WHAT IT IS. DO THIS-
BE SURE NO ONE IS IN FRONT OR YOUR NOT GONNA HIT A CAR IN FRONT / WITH THE ENGINE OFF "IGN" ON PUT IT IN 1ST OR 2ND GEAR IT MIGHT BE A LITTLE TRICKY OR ROCK THE CAR WITH ONE LEG MAKE SURE IT GOES IN GEAR. THEN PRESS THE CLUTCH AND TRY STARTING IT IF TRYIES TO TAKE OFF IN GEAR THEN YOUR CLUTCH IS GOOD/ BUT THE SLAVE CYLINDER OR THE A HOSE LEAKED THE FLUID. IF IT STARTS IN YOUR IN GEAR AND THE CAR DONT TAKE OFF THEN ITS YOUR CLUTCH FOR THAT YOU NEED A NEW CLUTCH AND REMOVE THE TRANSMISSION. LET ME KNOW OR SEND ME A FEEDBACK THANSK HOPE THIS HELPS YOU.

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That is a tough one, it shouldn't go in gear if the clutch is bad, so it goes in gear and won't move, It must not be going in gear, I would crawl under there and check the linkage, make sure it is connected to the tranny and make sure there isn't a skunk wrapped around it. You might have hit something. Even if the tranny was bad, you would still be hitting gears in there unless a fork is broken. It sounds crazy, I have never heard that one before. I'm dieing to know what it is. Is the E-brake on? Drive shaft connected? Wheels on the ground? Check it out. Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

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