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Clutch plate and pressure plate seem to be too weak to pull the car. To test the clutch plate, park the car on flat surface. Pull the hand brake up, start the car, depress the foot brake pedal, depress the clutch pedal, put the car in 1st gear, press the gas pedal and leave the clutch pedal at once, while keeping the brake pedal depressed.
Follow one of the two following statements:
1. Engine does not shut down and remain start. (Clutch plate, pressure plate and clutch bearing defective - Replace all as a set)
2. Engine shuts down. (Clutch system is OK and does not require any repair).
There's still air in the lines, just open the bleeder screws all of them and gravity bleed them , take the resovoir cap off and make sure you keep fluid in it . This may take some time but you will be happy when done. If you bleed them with a friend do one at a time pump the pedal, keep pressure on pedal and open the bleeder screw. when pedal goes to the floor repeat the process until its only fluid that exits the bleeder. Repeat this for the rest of the bleeders.
You may try to rebleed the breaks again, if that does not work.You may have problems with your master cylinder or brake power booster ? You may want to try to google your honda civic under brake repairs.I hope this helps
you may have a bad brake booter or there is too much air is in the system give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your car wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
After replacing the wheel cylinder, did you bleed the entire brake system? If not, do that first.
If you are still having problems with the brake pedal going to the floor after bleeding the system and there are no other leaks in the system, it is probably the brake master cylinder. Replace the master cylinder and follow the proper proceedures for that, including the bleeding of the new master cylinder.
DON'T KNOW IF U DID BUT U NEED TO BLEED THE BRAKES IN THIS ORDER RIGHT REAR,LEFT FRONT ,LEFT REAR AND RIGHT FRONT.IF THAT DOES NOT HELP SOMETIMES U CAN ADJUST THE ROD BETWEEN THE BRAKE MASTER & BOOSTER.U HAVE TO REMOVE THE MASTER TO DO THAT.U MAY HAVE A BAD MASTER.