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Clutch pedal falls to the floor and stays there but not all the time i can still select gears but some times it takes a sec

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I have the same problem. Is there suppose to be a return spring anywhere. I don't see it the drawings

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Hydraulic transmission? if so check your brake fluid container it should have to sections on it hydraulic shifted transmissions use the car's brake fluid.

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How to know if clutch is bad?


First --if it goes to the floor and will not come back up the problem will be in the hydraulics or cable

next if you put your foot on the clutch and you cannot engage 1st gear then it is the hydraulic / cable system

next if you take your foot of the clutch when it is in gear and the clutch slips and the rpm\'s go up it may be the hydraulics / cable or the clutch itself

IF the clutch has been operating properly until lately I would be paying attention to the hydraulic / cable areas before I would consider a clutch replacement. IF you have no problems with the clutch but would want to test it

place the vehicle in gear with the hand brake hard on . let the clutch pedal out while reving the engine ( hill start) and if the engine dies out or tends to stall then the clutch is good This is a very short time one off test (1-2 secs) at most

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1 pull pedal up manuely and try to pump by hand
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Probably bad clutch master cylinder and/or slave cylinder. I always replace both.

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The clutch pedal seems to be very flopy and is not going into gear easily


Can be broken spring on the cluch pedal in side the car, that hold the pedal all the way back for full amount of brake fluid to the slave cylender, can be checked by pulling the pedal all the way up before steping it to the floor and putting in to gear or just look up under the daschbord on the pedal. Can allso be to little brake fluid in container. To check the master cylender rubber, step on the pedal putt in gear with engine running and wait with pedal all the way to the floor, if the rubber is gone the car wil start to go after some time (1/2-1 min or less) To check the slave cylender rubber will be dune the same way and working same way but it will be leaking out and on the floor.

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The clutch pedal sticks down when trying to engage


YOU DO NEED A NEW DISC AND MOST LIKELY A MASTER AND SLAVE HYDRAULIC CLUTCH CYLINDERS, THE STICKING MAY BE DUE TO OVER TRAVEL DUE TO THE WORN OUT DISK.

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You've replaced the master, the slave, now I would check to see if the throwout fork will move by hand. If you can move the fork by hand I would say that your pressure plate and or throwout bearing are worn out. First try to just gravity bleed the system. If that doesnt work, it may be time for a clutch, pressure plate, and bearing. The pressure plate spring pushes the pedal back up and depending on how many miles and driving habit those little arms on it break off and just wear out. I hope this helps you.

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when you say you've lost resistance does the pedal stay to the floor or does it spring back up?

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Your accord has a hydraulic clutch system. The reason you pedal isn't coming back up is it is low on fluid. You will need to add DOT3 Brake fluid to the brake reservoir, or the clutch reservoir if there is one. sometimes manufacturers use the brake reservoir to do both. The clutch resirvoir is right next to the brake reservoir and is smaller. you may need to bleed the system after topping off. Thanks, and don't forget to vote

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