If it is squeaking only when you press the clutch pedal then its probaly your clutch cable, the cable should have a sleeve surrounding it allowing it to pass throughout car under dash, firewall, and underhood to transmission. Lubricate cable at service point,connecting linkage brackets, pedeal, or transmission , or clutch cylinder rod. Dry graphite put on cable for lubrication. Clutch pedal return spring, wd-4o. my best bet if not then try above answer
somewhere between 60 to 70 thousand miles it should be done
depending on experience but i would say 3 to 4 hrs
It's the slave cylinder.
there should be 6 clutch plates
Its not your transmission fluid. If you have a clutch it is probably going bad. You can check your clutch master cylinder fluid in the engine compartment. It is just like your brake master cylinder. Chiltons has repair manuals at the library I think. Or the manual in your car should show you where it is.
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I am having my 2003 Accord clutch fixed As I type. Apparently 2002 Honda reintroduced a wrap around frame that increases the safety but also increases the time and money for the fix. I am getting mine done for 750 but that is if the flywheel can be turned. If the flywheel is shot i am looking at another 150-200. Hope this gets you started in the right direction.
YES, if it's connected to your computer
look directly above the clutch, it should be somewhere up in there, likely with a black plastic flat square cover on it - under the dash.
Your local auto parts store should be able to answer that when you buy plugs. if not, then there should be a black and white sticker under the hood somewhere (maybe somewhere above the headlights...) that will have that info on it in small print. it will read "GAP 0.XX - 0.XX"
have the front swaybar links replaced
Yes, they should be interchangeable.
Yes, it should.
Clutch judder is a British term use to describe a clutch shudder. It is caused by the flywheel and the components of the clutch not meeting as they should. It usually means something has gotten on the surface of the clutch.
The clutch should last approx 150,000 miles. There is no need to replace this if it isn't abused
Sounds like your front-end bushings may need to be replaced. Without the proper tools you should consult a mechanic.
Yes, they should fit.
This should have a hydraulic clutch and would not be adjustable
read up on it.. you should be able to find a shop manual at the library, you'll have to make copies of the sections you want as they are reference only, but everyone should have a regualar manual for their vehicle, available at an auto parts store....may the force be with you :)
Should be between 3/4 and 1 inch of freeplay in clutch pedal
A clutch not disengaging is usually a hydraulic issue. Check your clutch fluid. Then check your clutch master and slave cylinders for leaks.
take her to the vet immidiatly
It's most likely gonna be your lower balljoints, replace them and the squeaking should stop.
Yes, it should be a perfect fit.
The slave cylinder is on the transmission, there should be a bleeder screw there. Most likely it needs replacing. More likely the slave instead of the master cylinder. Have someone push the clutch pedal in and see if the rod in the slave moves 3/8 to 1/2 of an inch. If it does, it's the clutch.