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I am having problems with getting the clutch cover off Ive gotten to the step where it say pull the cover back and all bolts are out and lines off it wiggles but will not go back far enough what could possibly be holding it on?

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Did you pull the bolts 9 of them which are connected to the fly wheel?

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SOURCE: 85 crx dx clutch problem with clutch not gripping fast enough

Sounds like the master or slave cylinder leak, maybe even a hose inbetween, check the fluid level on the master cylinder. Repalce what is leaking and bleed the fluid to get any air thats got in there out. I hope this helps.

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