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Old 17 Mar 2008, 11:31 am
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Default If my clutch is slipping, 1994 honda,does anyone know the average cost to repair?

the car tac revs fast when trying to excelerate, but exceleration is slow..
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Old 17 Mar 2008, 11:46 am
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well a new clutch sounds in order so id say around $800-$1200 depending on clutch and the mechanic who is doing it
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Old 17 Mar 2008, 12:07 pm
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A slipping clutch can be adjusted unless something has changed in manual transmissions, if you talking about an automatic, there are so many factors to weigh in it impossible to say, go to a transmission shop for a free estimate. But a guess on a rebuild $3000.00 and new AT about $6,000.00, an adjustment maybe $200.00 just a guess. Good luck.
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Old 17 Mar 2008, 12:16 pm
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The Honda clutch is hydraulic and can't be adjusted. if the fluid is low it won't slip but the clutch pedal will be down on the floor with little resistance. It will slip when its worn to the point where it has to be repalced. Sounds like that's where you're atit depends on the model--an average for a clutch, pressure plate and throw-out (release bearing) on a Civic will be between $550-$600. Add another $50 to reface the flywheel if required. Add another $100 for an Accord. Add Taxes.your ballpark then would be between $600-$750 out the door. those are the prices my local Honda dealer offers as a "package price'. you may do better at an independent who's looking for work and who uses aftermarket parts. My Honda dealer's package price is with Honda parts.hope that helps
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The clutch kit will run you about $100-200, then depending on how they detached the tranny from the engine expect about 8hrs of total work. They average going wadge for mechanics is about $80-90, so expect a total cost of around $750. Note if you know a friend or can do it your self you can save some major bucks!!!!
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Total job for an accord at a reliable independent mechanic no more than 600. I had a 94 accord ex and that is what I paid. Dealers will charge more!!
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Old 17 Mar 2008, 01:01 pm
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A new GOOD clutch for a '94 Civic, Accord is about $250 and for the labor depending on the mechanic should not be more than $300. YES, a clutch can be adjusted, no matter what make/model is the car. I charge $400-$500 to install a new clutch (including clutch). I KNOW, other mechanics charge more than what i charge.
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