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Old 02-28-2016, 06:21 AM
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Ive already scoured the web about this and all i find is endless forum threads of people that just dont wanna face the fact that their clutch is toast.I already faced facts and ordered the clutch kit. But then yesterday it just somehow started grabbin again. No slip at all. Couldnt fckin believe it. But then of course it randomly starts slippin again and now it like randomly slipps at weird times. Doesnt seem to matter how i drive. Sometimes i can go wide open with out even a spin and others itll be slippin at anything over 1/4 throttle. Seems like right when i let off the clutch it slips really bad for a minute or 2 but if i stay in x gear it gets better
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Old 03-14-2016, 07:51 AM
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Try bleeding the clutch and check the clutch pedal adjustment as well.

I had a similar intermittent slipping in my Integra after installing new CMC and slave cylinder. I ended up re-bleeding the clutch and re-adjusted the clutch pedal according to the manual specifications and haven't had a slip since.
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