Clutch Problems on 1992 Honda Accord

It was suddenly extremely difficult to shift my Honda's manual clutch into any gear when the engine is running. I noticed that it was getting slightly harder to shift into gear for the past couple of weeks. I tried to find the dipstick to check the Trans fluid but couldn't find it. I did open the cap and found that there was very little fluid there. What is the problem?

by in Roanoke, VA on November 24, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on November 24, 2009
Probably either your clutch master cylinder or slave cylinder is leaking so when you press the pedal to the floor it won't disengage the clutch, If you fill the reservoir with brake fluid it should work until the fluid leaks out again.
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