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Old 19 Oct 2011, 12:46 pm
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Default Civic Clutch question ?

I have a 99 honda civic and I was just curious how do you know when your clutch is starting to go out?















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Old 19 Oct 2011, 01:01 pm
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The most common sign is when the clutch "slips". You let out the petal and the engine revs but, you get little or no acceleration. Another sign is the the clutch will become irregular when it's engaging. It doesn't go as smoothly as it used to.
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Old 19 Oct 2011, 01:16 pm
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check for : clutch pedal has no "play". pedal position higher than normal. engine sound louder than normal while driving. low mileage. gear shifting hard. increased travel time. Engage a high gear, apply hand brake and release the clutch pedal. if clutch is over-worn, enigne wont conk off. finally, go to a meachanic.
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