Having problems with your 2000 Honda Accord ?

Manual car wont shift.

\015 I own a 00' Honda Accord, manual, it was my moms and now i own it. recently after a emergency of a friend having an asthma attack, and had to speedup fast to get her help.after that day in the morning, i couldn't shift in reverse and when i turned of the car i could shift the car no problem, but i could even shift it with out pressing down on the clutch petal.so i checked the engines and i refilled the break fluid becuase i noticed it was low, and the clutch got back its sturdy-ness but then after a few times changing shifts and pushing the clutch it starts getting loose again.so now i took it to get fixed and its many problems that took a week to fix spending almost 1k and not getting anywhere. i got the car back and the clutch petal is still loose and it would jam to the bottom sometimes, and i have to lift it with my foot. or turn of the car on and of when i need to shift sometimes.along that i have to keep refilling the brake fluid.-either there is a leak in the break fluid or what going on?along also ive been trying to dry shift so i wouldnt require to push the clutch so much.so far its driving fine, i just gatta watch the fluid. or how much i shift.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-04-2018

Answers :

Sound like you have a hydraulic clutch and the slave cyclinder is shot.it pushes the throw out bearing in and out which pushes your clutch in an out against ur pressure plate.why they didnt see that when they changed your clutch is beyond me.has to leaking pretty good to have to keep filing the reservoir.you think its for your brakes but that res is for your clutch.hope this helps lemme know. lemme guess brakes work fine? for 1k they shouldve replace ur clutch pressure plate throw out or pilot bearing and slave cyclinder.u need a better mechanic if they didnt see this.ron
You have a bad master cylinder or a bad slave cylinder, if you got them both replaced they should be under warranty. It also could be the bleeder valve on the slave cylinder, take it back get it repaired for no cost. if they don't fix it take them to small claims court or take it to a different shop then once it's fixed take it to small claims court.
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