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The silicone spray fix worked on my squeaky clutch for about a year, but the squeak came back after that. I then mentioned the problem to Honda when the car was in for a service and they re-greased it for me without charge- that was about two years ago and it hasn't returned so far.
 

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Has anyone tried removing the whole clutch pedal assembly and trying to get grease/lube etc into every part possible? Looking at the Haynes manual it doesn't look hugely difficult?
 

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Has anyone tried removing the whole clutch pedal assembly and trying to get grease/lube etc into every part possible? Looking at the Haynes manual it doesn't look hugely difficult?
Not difficult but very fiddly, bent under the dashboard at all angles, if you take this on make sure you have a way of bleeding the system afterwards good luck!

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Not difficult but very fiddly, bent under the dashboard at all angles, if you take this on make sure you have a way of bleeding the system afterwards good luck!

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Position is difficult i agree, but unless I am missing something major I will not need to touch the hydraulic system therefore no need to bleed.

Removing the link pin from the master cylinder push rod and unbolting the whole pedal assembly from the bulkhead is what the plan was.
 

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Position is difficult i agree, but unless I am missing something major I will not need to touch the hydraulic system therefore no need to bleed.

Removing the link pin from the master cylinder push rod and unbolting the whole pedal assembly from the bulkhead is what the plan was.
Yeah if thats your plan and no hydraulic pipes are touched then its a good idea!

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