Question about 1999 Honda CR-V
Theres two parts the slave cylinder which is bolted outside trany and move clutch fork and the master on the firewall that connects to clutch pedal, first check the level its in the small resivor and take brake fluid if it s low then theres a leak, next is to have some one push the pedal as you watch to see if the cluch arm moves out, if it doesnt move then you may have a bad master,look at the slave and open the rubber boot at the end and see if fluid leaks out, if it does then the slave is bad, now if the arm is moving out then the clytch my be worn out or preasure plate is bad,
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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