My son has a 1997 Honda Accord LX with a 5-speed manual transmission. He says that he cannot get car out of neutral this morning after driving it two days ago and parking it. Does this car have a hydraulic clutch, and if so, what is the fluid designation for it? I am not located near the car. Thanks for your assistance.
clutch won't shift on 1997 Honda Accord
by jerryr in Pompano Beach, FL on December 27, 2009
ANSWER by Valleyautotech on January 19, 2010
It does have a hydraulic clutch and uses Dot3 brake fluid
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