Do I need a new clutch cable or adjust the old one? on 2002 Honda Accord

I was sitting at a light with the clutch all the way down it started moving forward on its own and died because I was not giving it gas what do I do? HELP

by in Brookville, IN on July 07, 2013
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2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by , July 07, 2013
sounds like a really odd way for it to go but you are right you need a new one. it sounds like a connecter or something in the cable slipped.
ANSWER by , July 07, 2013
Hydraulic clutch master and slave cylinders on that model. Might check the fluid level in reservoir (by brake master , under hood) Look for signs or smell of brake fluid on inside of car under carpet by clutch pedal and also leak at slave cylinder.
COMMENT by , July 07, 2013
Where is the slave cylinder located at ?
COMMENT by , July 08, 2013
look down between radiator and trans,where the engine and trans go together and you should see it. it will have a line coming off of it going around trans towards firewall and over to the clutch master cylinder which is tucked in back , below the brake master cyl..