CLUTCH IS AT THE FLOOR...

1994 Honda Accord

Tiny

parallelplainz85

September, 27, 2008 AT 12:10 PM

Transmission problem
1994 Honda Accord 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 207000 miles

I bought it about a year ago and the clutch has only given me problems when I didn't have the resvior filled. Yesterday I went over a friend's house down the street and slept over. When I woke up this morning I got in and pressed the clutch down and it stuck to the floor with no intention to push itself back in position. I asked around and was told that with the clutch not springing back into it's usual position. It could be the master cylinder. Is this true? I topped of the resevior and tried again. Starting the car, manualy pulling the clutch pedal back into position. And when I pushed on it again it fell straight to the floor with yet again no intention of coming back off the floor towards me.

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1 Answer

Tiny

red45

November, 11, 2008 AT 3:43 PM

Your problem is the master cylinder. When you began having to add fluid, that was your indication that it was beginning to fail. The clutch is not " returning" because it is not being pushed in (engaged) by the master cylinder. You can buy reconditioned master cylinders for the brakes at any auto parts store.

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