Question about 1999 Honda CR-V
I would start by checking the fluid level in the clutch resivoir if it is separate from the brake resivoir.If it is low on fluid then you will need to find the leak,most likely a bad slave cylinder.If it is full you will need to decide if master cylinder is producing pressure.The easiest way to do this is to have someone pump the pedal and hold it to floor while you crack the bleader loose on the slave cylinder.The pedal should sink and you should get a firm stream of fluid.If not the suspect a bad master cylinder.Given this vehicle is over 10 years old and I am guessing over 100 thousand miles you are most likely close to the end of the life of your clutch.Most of the time we end up replacing all of the clutch components to restore proper operation.Good luck!
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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