My son has a 1999 Honda Prelude 2.0. The clutch was biting close to the floor, so I checked the fluid and it was very low. I topped it up and went to bleed it, but, as I pressed the clutch pedal, it fell to the floor with no resistance and would not come back up.
I cannot see any obvious fluid leaks. Do you have any suggestions? John Although you can see no external signs of fluid loss, the level being so low suggests there is a leak somewhere. The slave cylinder on your Honda should be bolted externally to the gearbox and I would pull back the rubber boot to ensure it is not full of fluid. I would also check in the vehicle by looking up above the pedals to where the master cylinder attaches to the clutch pedal – any sign of dampness here is a good indicator of a failed master cylinder. Even with no signs of leaks from the master cylinder, this