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94 civic d16z6 half clutch pressure.

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by bannacrx, May 23, 2010.

  1. bannacrx

    bannacrx New Member

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    hi ive been having some issues with my transmission and clutch for a while.

    i finally swapped out my tranny and got one that works, and also bought a brand new slave cylinder and master cylinder.

    before i replaced the slave and master, for about a year i couldnt get full clutch pressure no matter how much i bled the clutch.

    i replaced the slave about 4 months ago, and i replaced the master yesterday.

    i will say for reference that i did NOT bench bleed the master. it was late at night and i couldnt find a tube to use.

    so i started pumping the peddle after i put it on, i watched tons of bubbles pop up thru the resivuor (sry cant spell). eventually the bubbles stopped. so i started bleeding thru the slave cylinder. it took me 30 mins of bleeding before i managed to get some air out of the line to get about half my clutch pressure.

    now no matter what i do, if i take the bleeder out and gravity bleed, if i bleed normal thru the slave cylinder, i cant get ny more air or clutch pressure.

    when i open the bleeder valve, nothing comes out, but if i normally bleed it, fluid squirts out like normal.

    help please. thank you. ive spent too much time and money to not get my civ running b.c of this. any help is appreciated
     
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    bannacrx New Member

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    sry think i posted this in wrong forum
     
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    94H_Ex Under employed

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    Adjust your pedal linkage, make sure you have correct amount of free play. When you swapped out your tranny did you use the new transmissions throw out bearing fork? or your old one from the old transmission
     
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