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Old 09-11-2012, 03:41 AM   #1
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In my civic, I just had the clutch, throw out bearing, and one more thing In The clutch system I can't remember the name of, I got the duralast clutch kit for the 02 civic. it is shifting great a catching perfectly, hpwver when I was coming up to a red light I put it in neutral and came to a stop and when I went to put it in first it woyldnt go in all the way. I actually thought it was in but when I went to take off it went back into neutral, put it back in first and it did fine. It happened two more tines today but I noticed the next couple of times it happened, I had to let off the clutch slightly to get it to go into first completely. Ant ideas what might be wrong?

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It's a hydraulic clutch btw
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It's a civic.
Never have liked hydraulic clutches, always a pain to deal with
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It should help to push the clutch down, release it then try to put it in gear. Hydraulic clutches blow.
That's unimpressive
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