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Old 02-22-2009, 03:46 PM
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hello,
I have a 2003 acura rsx type s and i have been told that there is no way to adjust the clutch due to it being hydraulic is this true? the clutch seems as it doesnt always change gears smoothly especially when it is cold......also im looking for a nice looking aftermarket bumper for the front that is not way expensive or a factory one anyone have any suggestions where to look would be great!

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Old 02-23-2009, 01:18 PM
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have that clutch master cylinder checked for leaks and maybe get its fluid flushed.

a air pocket can do what you have discribed
 
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could a air bubble be in there for long and created this issue? can the clutch be adjusted?
 
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Old 02-23-2009, 02:51 PM
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fluid break down can cause bubbles and yes it can cause this.

no it is not adjustable.

but a bubble will cut its travel and may prevent the clutch from unhooking completly.
 
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Old 02-24-2009, 08:21 AM
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i hope that works im goin to get my dad to try it out this weekend and see its just like when it is cold the clutch sticks and the pedal is spounge a bit to come back to the top thanks for the info any idea where to get bumper pretty decent price
 
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Originally Posted by acuralegend View Post
have that clutch master cylinder checked for leaks and maybe get its fluid flushed.

a air pocket can do what you have discribed
Bump. There must be an air trapped that causes bubbles. Check the clutch master cylinder for leaks. Or you might probably change the cylinder as well.
 
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I hope she got this fixed by now...after all this post was from back in 2009
 
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A clutch is a mechanical device which provides for the transmission of power.
 
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