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Old 17 Mar 2013, 11:18 am
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Default Honda Clutch Problems!?

I have a 95 honda accord. Ive had problems with the clutch a while back ive had the slave and master cylinder replaced. The clutch itslef throw out bearings a lot of work. Its been driving fine for months now. Here recently I could tell theres hasnt been as much pressure when i push my cluth. This morning there was nearly no pressure itbseems like there is just enoigh to change gears. Any kind of information will help thanks.
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Old 17 Mar 2013, 11:31 am
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check the master cylinder under the hood to see if its low. If it is ok then you have another problem that is probably internal to the clutch itself and can only be repaired from the inside as a guess. good luck
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