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2001 Prelude clutch has no pressure

I lost the pressure in the pedal about a week ago and have been working on it since. I replaced the slave and master cylinder twice and bled the system multiple times. I've run out of ideas short of starting the internal work on the clutch. Can anyone pitch any ideas? Anything will help.
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Re: 2001 Prelude clutch has no pressure

does the slave cylinder move when you press the clutch? if not, the issue is either it needs to be bled or something with the connection to the master cylinder to the pedal.

when you bled it, did you press the slave cylinder in by hand? air gets stuck there. make sure all the air is out of the system.
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Re: 2001 Prelude clutch has no pressure

I have not been on the site for a while , so iam just going to try give you an idea , since you changed the main parts on clutch system , make sure the clutch pedal adjustment bolt isn't out to much on the height it needs very little end play .One more thing the car has damper bolted to the frame right , side off tranny it could need replacing .
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Re: 2001 Prelude clutch has no pressure

lel, did you bleed it correctly? because if theres no pressure, how could it be bled?

try and bleed the slave cylinder like we do with motorcycles. get a long tube and put it over the bleeder nipple. then fill that tube like half way full of brake fluid, and then bleed the system like normal
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Re: 2001 Prelude clutch has no pressure

You may have a failed pressureplate
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Re: 2001 Prelude clutch has no pressure

I tried bledding it sevral different ways until i found one that finally worked. But I only got a very small amount of pressure. Not enough to put into gear. I checked the damper and nothing was leaking out of it. I was reading that the damper could be removed all together. Has anyone removed the damper from an 01 prelude before? If so, where did you purchase a new clutch line to connect from the MC line to the clutch hose joint?
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