I have a 1990 Honda Prelude, 5 speed manual. One morning this week I could not shift and my clutch would stick to the floor when I pushed it in. I then went on to put in a new clutch master and slave cylinders. This went fine and I bled everything out, got what seemed to be all the air out, there was no more air in the line and I did it over once more, and then cleaned up the work space. Then the problems continued; When I push the clutch in, it comes back, but I still have to do a little work to pop it back in to place. At first I still could not shift, however I can now shift in to gears, which I couldn't do before, but that involved pumping the clutch pedal numerous times. The main point is; I still have pitifully minimal clutch travel, the clutch will still sometimes stick to the floor, and there is a strange, scratching noise when shifting.