We have a 2000 Honda Accord, standard shift, with 105,000 miles on it. The clutch has been sticking at the floor on random occasions (especially on hot days). Our mechanic (Honda Dealer) has not been able to correct the problem. Last summer he changed the clutch fluid and said that looked like the problem as it was vey dark. It corrected the problem for a few months but now it is happening again in the cold weather. It can happen at any time you depress the clutch, even while shifting when moving. Of course, then it is very difficult to get the car in gear. Our only solution is to manually pick up the clutch with hand or foot and this is dangerous in traffic. Please help as we want to keep this car.
Have you given your mechanic another chance to correct this problem. If not, now is the time. If so, find another (better) mechanic.
There aren’t that many parts involved in clutch actuation. By process of elimination the problem should be solvable.
Did your mechanic replace the clutch master cylinder? That is probably where the problem exists.
Our Honda dealer has looked at this problem 3 or 4 times and he could not replicate the problem. Last time he changed the fluid. This has been going on for over 1 year.
No he never even mentioned this. Just keeps saying he can’t find anything wrong. This is a honda dealer and where we purchased the car.