I have a 1989 Honda Prelude SI. I have repaced the master clutch cylinder and found i had a leak in the clutch pressure hose and replaced that. I cannot get pressure to the clutch pedal. It goes all the way to the floor with no pressure at all. All of the connections with the hose are tight with no leakage. I have pumped the pedal over and over for a couple of minutes with no results. Am I missing something I should be doing? Please help/
clutch on 1990 Honda Prelude
ANSWER by rdude135 ,
October 05, 2009
You are not missing anything. These systems are very difficult to bleed. Sometimes a pressure bleeder will help, but for the most part you will just need a lot of patience and keep bleeding the system until all the air gets out.
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