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Old 23 Jul 2010, 08:01 am
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Default I'm having problems shifting in my 1998 Honda CR-V?

I could not get it into gear last winter, so I had the leaking clutch master cylinder replaced. It is having the same problem now, but it is not leaking. Could it be the slave cylinder? Thanks!
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Old 23 Jul 2010, 08:16 am
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ouch ..costly aren`t they ? every chance its the cylinder ,once one part goes ,the others seem to follow ,i recently did the starter motor , $1400. ouch...
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Old 23 Jul 2010, 08:31 am
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good chance the slave could be leaking, or you have some air trapped in the line.































It is considered good practise to replace the master and slave cylinder as a set































worst case your clutch disc could be worn out
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