Question about 1988 Honda Accord 4 Door
Its sounds like a bad clutch cylinder or bad slave cylinder or fluid leaking. First check brake fluid level in clutch master , and check for a leak in clutch system. If there are NO leaks, then you either have a bad clutch cylinder or a slave cylinder. Bleed clutch at bleeder screw on slave cylinder and make sure there is pressure from master cylinder. If there is pressure then slave cylinder may be bad replace slave and bleed and that should take care of you problem. If master is bad then replace bleed system ad you should be good. Contact if you need more help. Thanks for using FIX YA.
Posted on May 16, 2009
hi the clutch on accent is hydraulic operation so if pedal is very low on disengaging clutch ? you may have a problem with the hydraulics 1st thing to check is fluid level? this is the reservoir that feeds both brakes and clutch but is seperaterated inside if fluid low? top up and bleed the slave cyl however if fluid low indicates a leak ? possibly slave cyl? if no loss of fluid ? then prob may be fault in the master cyl ? check fluid come back with any update please ps if this problem has just occured? check for leaks ?
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: clutch pedal stuck to the floor
hi, there is one place you should check. but answer this first, did you swap the car with a new engine or did you pull the engine out of the car? if the anwser is "yes" then you'll probably twist a fluid tube for the clutch at the tranny. so check the front end of the tranny, it should be a short metal wire (tube like) that should be connection to the tranny. the bolt size is 8mm. so find that tube and open the line. then ask someone to pump the clutch pedal 3 or 4 time and stop while holding it down. yes! the clutch fluid should be coming out while he's doing that. so now when he's press down the last pump, you should twist it back on. repeat it, over and over until you get it to harden again. you should also open the clutch master cylinter, too and refill some more... well hope this help...
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
If hydraulic actuated mechanism, loss of fluid, defective master cylinder or slave cylinder at the clutch. Missing pin or other part between slave cylinder and clutch arm. Loose or broken slave cylinder mounting. Missing pin or broken part between pedal and master cylinder. If mechanical linkage, look for broken components or missing pins at moving joints. If you tried to shift into gear with engine running, you may have damaged the transmission gears.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Your car uses what is called a hydraulic clutch, the master or the slave hydraulic cylinder is leaking fluid and you have no pressure in the system, this causes the clutch to go to the floor.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
ON A 2000 MAX 6 CYLINDER HAS CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER AND SLAVE CYLINDER, CHECK FLUID LEVEL AND BLEED CLUTCH SYSTEM AT SLAVE CYLINDER BLEEDER. HAVE NOT HEAR OF CABLE CLUTCH SYSTEM. ONLY HYDO.& LINKAGE. GOOD LUCK
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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