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Old 23 May 2005, 01:13 am
Shawn Taylor
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Default Accord tranny or clutch prob?

I have a 99 honda accord EX manual, for some reason it is hard for me to get
into first gear, it goes about half way then gets stuck, pull the clutch and
you hear a grinding noise and it pushs the stick back in neutral. But if i
pump the clutch once and throw it back in and works fine. I check the
resivoir and the level is fine. Should i waste time even drianing and
refilling the fluid then bleed. Is this a tranny problem or clutch problem.


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Old 23 May 2005, 10:24 am
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Shawn Taylor wrote:
> I have a 99 honda accord EX manual, for some reason it is hard for me to get
> into first gear, it goes about half way then gets stuck, pull the clutch and
> you hear a grinding noise and it pushs the stick back in neutral. But if i
> pump the clutch once and throw it back in and works fine. I check the
> resivoir and the level is fine. Should i waste time even drianing and
> refilling the fluid then bleed. Is this a tranny problem or clutch problem.
>
>

First gear syncros. See if you can find a Tech who is comfortable
fixing it for you. bob
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Old 23 May 2005, 04:09 pm
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Default Re: Accord tranny or clutch prob?

so tranny prob then?

"N.E.Ohio Bob" <rgstroud@neo.rr.com> wrote in message
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> Shawn Taylor wrote:
> > I have a 99 honda accord EX manual, for some reason it is hard for me to

get
> > into first gear, it goes about half way then gets stuck, pull the clutch

and
> > you hear a grinding noise and it pushs the stick back in neutral. But if

i
> > pump the clutch once and throw it back in and works fine. I check the
> > resivoir and the level is fine. Should i waste time even drianing and
> > refilling the fluid then bleed. Is this a tranny problem or clutch

problem.
> >
> >

> First gear syncros. See if you can find a Tech who is comfortable
> fixing it for you. bob



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Old 23 May 2005, 05:53 pm
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"Shawn Taylor" <accordpower99@cox.net> wrote in message
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> I have a 99 honda accord EX manual, for some reason it is hard for me to

get
> into first gear, it goes about half way then gets stuck, pull the clutch

and
> you hear a grinding noise and it pushs the stick back in neutral. But if i
> pump the clutch once and throw it back in and works fine. I check the
> resivoir and the level is fine. Should i waste time even drianing and
> refilling the fluid then bleed. Is this a tranny problem or clutch

problem.
>
>

Worn clutch or posibly a problem with the clutch slave or master. Sounds
like the clutch is not disengaging entirely.


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Old 23 May 2005, 06:42 pm
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Default Re: Accord tranny or clutch prob?

I would bleed the clutch first. Air in the system could cause your
problem. Does it also have a problem if you try to put it in second gear
instead of first?

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Old 23 May 2005, 10:34 pm
Shawn Taylor
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Default Re: Accord tranny or clutch prob?

a mechanic told me that but i hadnt had a chance to do it, but sometimes
when i throw it in 2nd after 1st it doesnt go in all the way either and it
will grind, but if i am sitting there sometimes i cant put it into 3rd
either. But then again most of the time its sooth going into the gears this
happens maybe 2 out of 10 times. But still not normal.
"duckbill" <ltcauth13@nospam.cs.com> wrote in message
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> I would bleed the clutch first. Air in the system could cause your
> problem. Does it also have a problem if you try to put it in second gear
> instead of first?
>



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Old 23 May 2005, 10:51 pm
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"Shawn Taylor" <accordpower99@cox.net> wrote in message
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>I have a 99 honda accord EX manual, for some reason it is hard for me to
>get
> into first gear, it goes about half way then gets stuck, pull the clutch
> and
> you hear a grinding noise and it pushs the stick back in neutral. But if i
> pump the clutch once and throw it back in and works fine. I check the
> resivoir and the level is fine. Should i waste time even drianing and
> refilling the fluid then bleed. Is this a tranny problem or clutch
> problem.
>
>

Just a thought - have you verified the gearbox lube level is up to normal?
It does sound like a worn sychro, but low oil level can imitate that.

Mike


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