Question about Honda Accord
If the clutch was not slipping before that happened, chances are pretty good that it's OK.
If the master is full then it may be internally bypassing If empty or low, check for leaks at the back of the master, the line to the slave unit and the slave itself. If there are no signs of leaking or seepage check all the mechanical linkage to make sure nothing broke.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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