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Hey gang.. I have a 96 prelude, and after sitting at the mechanics for over a year not getting worked on I repo'd the car, and now I am crawling through seeing why the work wasn't getting done...
Well the engine swap was completed, but I have no clutch pedal...

**Brand new JDM H22A
m2a4 trans w/ XTD 6puck clutch & 10lb Flywheel

I tried bleeding it, and get a solid stream of fluid...
but no resistance in the pedal. I double checked the pedal assembly, and nothing missing except the plastic nut for cruise control switch..lol

I am gonna replace master & slave cylinders..

so I guess my question is... will this be a good start to finding the solution..
 

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Be careful and pump the pedal gently and not to the floor. Better to use a pressure bleeder or even a vacuum pump. It's easy to ruin the seal by pedal bleeding as a result of forcing accumulated dirt and grit in the system thru the seals.
 

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Hey gang... Well put on a new master & slave... and noticed clutch fork appears to net be retracting. So took her to the shop to have her looked at.

find out where I went wrong..lol
 
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