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Old 14 Apr 2006, 10:57 am
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Default '96 Honda Civic Clutch Adjustment

I'm having to push my clutch pedal closer and closer to the
floor to make the clutch disengage.

There seems to be no way to adjust the thing, nor is there
evidence that the disk is warped (i.e., no clutch chatter).

I'd appreciate any suggestions on how to proceed. Right
now it looks like I'm going to have to replace or rebuild
the master and/or slave cylinder(s).

Thanks for any help.

Bob
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Old 14 Apr 2006, 11:35 am
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Default Re: '96 Honda Civic Clutch Adjustment

Front Office wrote:
>
> I'm having to push my clutch pedal closer and closer to the
> floor to make the clutch disengage.
>
> There seems to be no way to adjust the thing, nor is there
> evidence that the disk is warped (i.e., no clutch chatter).
>
> I'd appreciate any suggestions on how to proceed. Right
> now it looks like I'm going to have to replace or rebuild
> the master and/or slave cylinder(s).
>
> Thanks for any help.
>
> Bob



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Any tiny bit of air in the system will do what you're describing. The
brake fluid in the clutch master cylinder should be the color of 7-Up.
If it's the color of Pepsi, it wasn't changed when the rest of the brake
fluid was changed. Bleed it thoroughly and see if pedal pressure
corrects itself.

'Curly"
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Old 15 Apr 2006, 03:26 pm
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Default Re: '96 Honda Civic Clutch Adjustment

'Curly Q. Links' wrote:
> Front Office wrote:
>
>>I'm having to push my clutch pedal closer and closer to the
>>floor to make the clutch disengage.
>>
>>There seems to be no way to adjust the thing, nor is there
>>evidence that the disk is warped (i.e., no clutch chatter).
>>
>>I'd appreciate any suggestions on how to proceed. Right
>>now it looks like I'm going to have to replace or rebuild
>>the master and/or slave cylinder(s).
>>
>>Thanks for any help.
>>
>> Bob

>
>
>
> ----------------------------------
>
> Any tiny bit of air in the system will do what you're describing. The
> brake fluid in the clutch master cylinder should be the color of 7-Up.
> If it's the color of Pepsi, it wasn't changed when the rest of the brake
> fluid was changed. Bleed it thoroughly and see if pedal pressure
> corrects itself.
>
> 'Curly"


That sound plausible, Curly. I will give that a try . . .

b
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