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Honda CRV 2002 - Clutch

My clutch just won't engage....? from ok to now not ok.... the pedal just stays down...

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  • seitz3 Nov 28, 2008

    About a week ago my CRV 1999 clutch stopped working after a 3 hr stop and go freeway epic. I was able to start in 2nd and powershift. I noticed the dot 3 fluid reserve was empty, so I refilled, bleed the system, and it resumed working fine. Then a week later, after a short drive the clutch pedal stayed down and I was not able to engage the clutch or shift. I stopped the car, checked the Dot 3 reserve level it was fine. I pulled the pedal up by hand, and now it works fine again. What is going on?



  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2009

    The cltch pedal sticks down and has to me manually lifted

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    what's the quickest way to change the clutch

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You must still have air in the line. check all lines fittings and your clutch gaskets

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