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Old 03 Oct 2010, 07:32 am
Lynn McGuire
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Default 2002 accord clutch

>> After pissing off a line of cars behind me for about 5 min, I found that
>> I could pull the clutch off the floor manually and then the spring would
>> kick in and return it to the normal position. If I fully depressed it
>> again - it would stick again. I was able to limp home by only pushing
>> the pedal 3/4 of the way in - enough to be able to change gears - and
>> the pedal would spring back.
>>
>> My first thought was, of course, the floor mat, but that wasn't even
>> close to it.
>>
>> Any clues? Master Cyl?

>
> hydraulic clutch, start with clutch cylinder.
>


> I wonder if there's a problem with the clutch pressure plate.


Not if he could get the clutch to engage by picking up the clutch pedal from
the floor.

Lynn


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