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Honda Accord - 1990 - Replace master & slave cylinders in clutch

(1990 Honda Accord)
in Folsom, CA on September 20, 2010
I am looking for an average cost (parts + labor) to replace my master and slave cylinders of 1990 Honda Accord w/ 130,000 miles. The symptoms are - the manual gears won't shift and clutch is sticky
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on October 22, 2010
Ironic. I just had the same service for my 1990 Accord. However, my car has 209280 miles. I used a Midas I found on RepairPal. Unfortunately, service has been lousy. After paying over $700 in labor with a total cost of $1,257.49 (in advance might I add) the car wouldn't start the next day. After returning it to them the engine light came on the next day. They said there was nothing wrong and to ignore the light. However, I immediately experienced poor acceleration and now the car is taking a long time to start. Good luck. Please keep us posted.
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on December 03, 2010
I just replaced both of them on my 2000 civic. The parts cost around 50 for both of them and I put it on myself. It was not a bad job, pretty easy.
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on October 23, 2010
I just had the same problem happen. It cost me around 125 dollars and idid the labor my self which took about 5 hours with the right tools.
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on October 24, 2010
I guess the mechanic at Midas who butchered my car didn't have the right tools. I took my car to another mechanic the next day. He confirmed that I had been robbed. They also said that the engine light was on because my car was burning oil. After having topped it off less than a month ago, I had no oil. Interesting that Midas didn't bother to tell me that. I know I had too many miles on my car, but I was hoping it would last a little longer. Now I'm forced to get another one sooner than later. I hate car payments, but I hate maintenance even more.
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