Okay here goes... The clutch was getting stuck to the floor, and I was refilling the reservoir like twice a day. We all know when the fluid run out the pedal will stay on the floor and the car in gear. Ok so... I changed the slave cylinder in my 92 hatch, with the cylinder out of my 95 coupe that had been sitting in my driveway for a year now. Put everything back and tried to bleed the system... The pedal wouldn't come off the floor and I must of pumped it for 10 minutes straight manually up and down... Nothing. Start the car it starts, try to put it in gear it crunch and won't let it shift.
I took the cylinder back out and noticed it was kinda seized up. It ain't move as freely as the one I just took out. Then I saw that on the original cylinder, the boot had came off and that's what was causing it to leak. So I fixed the boot and put the original cylinder back in. It ain't leak anymore but... The pedal still wont come off the floor. There is some bar that comes out the transmission to push the piston of the slave cylinder in. This piece no longer does this... Tried to bleed it again for 30 minutes, no pressure in the pedal... My question is:
Do you think this is because both cylinders were trash? If I go and buy a brand new slave cylinder and install... Will this make the pedal stiffen back up when I pump it? Will I be able to shift again afterwards? Because that's the only thing I changed, and the shifting was working fine till I changed the cylinder. Please help because i'm stranded out here cause of all this and I dont wanna spend $150 towing the car just for them to change a $20 part and tell me I missed one little detail. Thanks Honda bro's!