Tranny issue?

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  1. trez157

    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    Hey all, I have a 99 Integra. Here's the situation, the clutch was recently replaced maybe 6 months ago. Everything's been running fine until 2 days ago. I started the car, noticed that the pedal felt lighter than usual, and, when I went into 1st, I stalled the car out. Reason being, the engagement point is all the way at the bottom, instead of near the top. I drove it like that for a bit, turned it off, pumped the clutch pedal a few times, started the car, and it was like nothing ever happened, everything was back to normal. Today, I went to start it, but as soon as I pressed the pedal, it sank with no pressure whatsoever. Ideas?
     
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    no fluid for clutch at home?
     
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    trez157 You can't trust freedom when it's not in your hand

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    no Gabe comments, lol
     
  4. DrakeMK3

    DrakeMK3 AAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

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    Make sure your clutch line is bled. Since it has a hydraulic tranny, you need to bleed the slave clyinder located on the frontside of the engine/transmission. If the pedal just goes straight to the floor, it indicates that there is a air in the line.
     

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