The constant motion of pressing down on the clutch pedal can sometimes cause some of the parts associated with it to remove their factory lubrication. When this happens to the clutch fork it will cause a loud squeaking noise to occur every time you press down on the clutch. To alleviate this you will need to use some of the Honda Urea grease, which is specially designed for high temperatures, to lubricate the clutch fork.
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Things you need
- Honda Urea Grease
Get underneath the car and locate the clutch fork. It will be near the front of the transmission, where it meets the engine, right next to the clutch slave cylinder.
Pull back the rubber boot around the clutch fork.
Apply a liberal amount of grease to the clutch fork.
Have someone else sit in the car and press down on the clutch.
Pull back the rubber boot again and apply more grease to the clutch fork.
Pump the clutch a few times to spread the grease onto the clutch fork.
Tips and warnings
- Make sure your car has been off for a few hours before you attempt this, otherwise the parts will be very hot and can burn you.
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