Clutches and Flywheels
Honda Accord EX
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If the clutch on a 1999 Honda Accord EX squeaks every time you push and you think water got in somewhere what should you do?

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2005-10-18 05:24:30
2005-10-18 05:24:30

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

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