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You have a 1990 Honda Accord you can barely touch the clutch pedal and it hits the floor please help you have replaced the slave cylinder and the master seems like its pumping?

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2012-01-07 18:22:26
2012-01-07 18:22:26

My 1990 Honda Accord is having the same symptoms. I replaced both the Master and Slave cylinders and it is still doing the same thing. The next thing to try is to bleed the clutch fluid system. Plece one end of a flexible hose over the bleed valve on the slave cylinder and the other end in a container with about 1 - 2 inches of brake fkuid. Have a helper depress the clutch, 10 to 20 times, then open the bleed valve on the slave cylinder.

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pump pedal 1 2 3 4 to the floor hold,other person open screw on slave cylinder tssssit close screw then release pedal very slowly motion up,make sure reservoir wil not come empty,repeat repeat repeat in exercise motion verry well,until no more tssssit tssssit and it will be solid fluid ,gain

if this doesn't seem to solve the problem you might want to inspect your fluid lines and make sure you dont have a leaks elsewere sometimes these lines tend to rust and have small leaks

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