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Old 04-01-2004, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch pedel stays stuck on floor

Ok on my 94 accord when I push the clutch pedel to put the car in gear it stays stuck on the floor. And I have to use my foot or hand to pop it back up. Soemone said something abotu it needs to be bleed, but. I have no idea. PLease Help thanks>
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Old 04-01-2004, 07:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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mine gets stuck too once in a while.... but that's becos of the car mat tho..
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Old 04-01-2004, 07:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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no mine does not have a matt.
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Old 04-01-2004, 07:18 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Well, this just happened to me last week. I was leaking Clutch fliud from my release/slave cylinder. I ran out of fliud and the pedal stuck to the floor. I replaced my release cylinder which is right in front by the tranny a little below the starter. You bleed it from there also. Try bleeding it first and then if it doesnt work maybe you'll have to replace the release cylinder too.
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if you pedal is sticking to the floor there may be a problem with your master cylinder for the clutch or your slave cylinder see if either one of these are wet also check all your lines for leaks your master cylinder for the clutch is next to your brake resevoir it is the small cup make sure it is full of brake fluid first and then bleed your slave cylinder it is as said next to the starter right below it open the small nipple you see there and let it gravity blled if possible hope this is fo some help.
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Old 04-01-2004, 09:00 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Does anyone have a pic of a 94 accord where the slave and master cyliner is located at?
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Old 04-01-2004, 09:24 PM   #7 (permalink)
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never mined I fixed it, thanks for all the help
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Old 04-02-2004, 03:59 PM   #8 (permalink)
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never mined I fixed it, thanks for all the help
can i asked what you did to fix it...because i was leakin clutch fluid and thought that was all i needed but i needed to have the slave fixed. i think maybe just check the master/slave cylinders to be sure
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Old 04-03-2004, 07:35 AM   #9 (permalink)
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What happan was I was really low on fluid so I filled it up and it was fine, but now I just found out that my slave cylinder is leaking so last nite I replaced it, but for some reason I can not bleed it right. I tried for about 45 mins and the clutch is still stuck on the floor. Can someone please tell me the correct way to bleed a clutch.

This is waht I am doing, pumping thye clutch 15-20 times letting it hit the floor then my friend it opening up the little nipple and you can hear air and see fluid come out. am I do ing this right?
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When i changed mine out i wasnt bleeding it right either.....you should have a plastic tube connected to the nipple. But anyways, its a three man job. Because when you bleed it you lose a lot of fliud so you need one guys to pump, one to keep adding fliud and one to open/close the nipple. You gotta really pump that shit too.

to bleed it you should open the nipple then pump the clutch. just like bleeding brakes. The tube helps let you know when there is no more air coming out. theres going to be a lot of air in it since you lost all fliuds. so thats why youre gonna need the third man to keep adding fliud because it'll run out again and you'll be back at where you were because air will get in it again.
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Thats why I was curious I thought maybe just bleedin it would not do it cause in the manual it states your not supposed to loose clutch fluid. When I fixed my slave I also had to replace the unit the slave is connected too.
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when i did this i had the same problem. i kept pumping when bleeding and it did the same thing for about 20-25 pumps. What we eventually did is push the clutch down, open the nipple, close the nipple, release clutch, push clutch in, open nipple, close nipple, release clutch. it seams very generic but by closing the nipple you stop air from entering the cylender when the clutch depresses, i may be wrong and it might not work for you, but this is how i got mine to finally bleed thouroughly.
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Old 04-08-2004, 10:42 PM   #13 (permalink)
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1) install slave cylinder and closer bleeder valve.
(2) with bleeder valve closed, pump clutch many times until feels normal.
(3) then, with clutch pedal pressed down, open breather, letting air out and leave it open until the fluid STOPS coming out. {once you open the breather w/ the pedal pressed, it'll go to the floor.}
(4)with breather CLOSED, pump clutch many more times. {the pedal at 1st might not come back up, you'll probably have to pull it back up w/ your hand.} Repeat 2 & 3 several times until pedal feels normal and when you open the breather fluid comes out immediately.

tips: keep a container under the bleeder valve b/c it will squirt all over.
also, keep an eye on the clutch (brake fluid) resovior. You'll have to keep adding fluid to it while doing this. Don't forget to put the resovoir cap back on quickly. And don't let the fluid level drop too low or else you'll suck more air in.

objective of this is to get the air out by pumping all the air/fluid out and keep on add more fluid until theres no more air in the fluid.
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