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Started on: 10-01-2001 08:22 PM
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Last post by: JohnnyK on 10-03-2001 01:51 PM
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Report this Post10-01-2001 08:22 PM Click Here to See the Profile for JohnnyKClick Here to Email JohnnyKSend a Private Message to JohnnyKDirect Link to This Post
As you might have read, my Accord blew some sort of seal (crank, cam?) so it is out of commission. Sooo, I plunked the 75 dollars down to get a new sticker for my plate on the fiero. I'm driving it, and what happens, the clutch won't disengage.. I'm really starting to dislike this car.
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Report this Post10-01-2001 09:17 PM Click Here to See the Profile for yo_sweetClick Here to Email yo_sweetSend a Private Message to yo_sweetDirect Link to This Post
rice lol jap a craper!
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Report this Post10-02-2001 01:19 PM Click Here to See the Profile for JohnnyKClick Here to Email JohnnyKSend a Private Message to JohnnyKDirect Link to This Post
Funny, it's been more reliable than my Fiero, and I run the Accord at redline for most of the day.
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Report this Post10-02-2001 04:49 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 88CoupeV6Click Here to visit 88CoupeV6's HomePageClick Here to Email 88CoupeV6Send a Private Message to 88CoupeV6Direct Link to This Post
Try bleeding the clutch per Archie's instructions.

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Originally posted by JohnnyK:
Funny, it's been more reliable than my Fiero, and I run the Accord at redline for most of the day.

DUH, I wonder why something broke??

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Report this Post10-03-2001 01:24 AM Click Here to See the Profile for JohnnyKClick Here to Email JohnnyKSend a Private Message to JohnnyKDirect Link to This Post
Well obviously something was going to break eventually.. And bleeding the clutch will NOT help if your clutch is like that. Unless it wasn't bled properly to begin with. They go like that because there is a leak or a bad cylinder. Frankly, I'm sick of trying to figure out what.
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Report this Post10-03-2001 01:38 AM Click Here to See the Profile for HippocratClick Here to Email HippocratSend a Private Message to HippocratDirect Link to This Post
How much for the fiero then?
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Report this Post10-03-2001 01:51 PM Click Here to See the Profile for JohnnyKClick Here to Email JohnnyKSend a Private Message to JohnnyKDirect Link to This Post
Make an offer.. Don't expect to get too much off because of a master and slave cylinder though..
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