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Go to a website advertising cars for sale. Locate some dealers in your are selling Honda Fits with a year similar to your vehicle. Go to the dealers and test drive these Fits to get an idea of what the normal clutch pedal feels like.


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The front brake calipers are very simple devices. The fluid goes into one hole (the brake hose attachment) and goes out one of two other holes (the piston bore or the bleeder hole). If the caliper is not bleeding and the input seems fine, check the bleeder hole. If you have the brakes assembled (i.e. brake hoses connected), do the following: Unscrew the ...


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In conclusion This was the clutch slipping, I have asked a mechanic friend, about this strange behaviour, He said that sometimes dirt/dust? (I am not very good at this stuff, but I think that's what he meant) builds on the clutch, Thats why the clutch was fine on lower gears and not on higher, He told me to "burn the clutch" a little bit in gear 5,6, ...


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Download Rename Master. Open your mp3 folder which is in your ideal play order. Add numbers from 1000 to 3000 to the beginning of the file name. and save. Download MP3TAG program. Select first song and use "file name to title" option. Now title is exactly same as file name, 1000xyz. Select all and you are done. Honda player will sort the files using ...


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You can find your solution on your local hardware store. You should ask for high temperature spray paint (usually found in black color). It will leave a nice matte finish on your pipes after application. For a better application that will last longer you might need to sandpaper your pipes thoroughly first and rub them with some alcohol solution prior to ...


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The most probable reason for the engine not to start after a coolant loss is a compression loss due to overheating. High temperature causes a (usually) aluminium cylinder head to bend and lose a good airtight contact with an engine block. I'd start with a compression check, it won't cost you much.


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From the pdf you link to, it says that water in the connector can cause one or more of the following codes as listed. So you should check that connector for water ingress before you spend money replacing the ECM...


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I suggest that you rule out an intermittent alternator. The symptoms could be quite similar, and would most likely be caused by failing brushes, which intermittently make contact with the slip rings. Another common failure mode is that a overrunning clutch on the alternator intermittently grabs and then releases, which results in a period of intermittent ...


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You can put coolant in the radiator. If that is where your putting water, then yes that is fine. Make sure you check your coolants directions, you may need to dilute it first. Long as the reservoir moves the overflowed coolant back into the system then you can add it here as well.


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The car's Engine Control Module is sensing a drop in system voltage triggering the warning light. Year/make/model and age of the battery would be helpful, however there are a large number of variables here. Having just replaced the alternator, the wiring has all been disturbed by being disconnected and reconnected. Ordinarily this is not a big deal, but ...


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According to the comments above it seems that the water temperature system is the one to blame for this issue. You could use some electrical contact cleaner on the terminals of the water temp sensor, because the problem might be just moisture getting into the connection. If that fails try to test the sensor with the following... In theory you could test ...


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