Question about Honda Prelude
I believe your problem is your hydraulic clutch system. There are only two components involved . The master cylinder , located on the firewall driver side in the engine compartment . And the slave which is located down at the transmission itself . First , be sure to check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder . Add brake fluid if it is low . If it was dry , there's probably a leak either in the slave or master cylinder . Look for wet spots or drops underneath both components . In either case , you'll probably have to replace one or both components and then you'll have to bleed the system as you would your brakes . Same procedure is used to bleed the clutch and brakes. Visit Autozone.com and enter your vehicle information to access free repair guides with instructions on how to replace both components in question . It's free to view , print , etc.
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