The 1986 Honda Prelude does not have a clutch cable. The 1986 Prelude has a hydraulic clutch instead of the clutch cable.
If your replacing the clutch you shouldn't need to bleed anything. But you probly should adjust it, I'm prety sure the 86 has a cable clutch, which is easy to adjust. if you happen to have a hydrolic clutch you should bleed it just to make sure.
No, slipping is not affected by low hydraulic fluid level. The hydraulics of your clutch only DISENGAGE your clutch, they do not engage it. If it's slipping, it's either worn out, the pressure plate springs have weakened or you have oil on the clutch disk.
drivers side under dash mounted in fuse panel
no parts for a 89 go thru years 88 thru 91
any engine will work with a little mod or alot of mods i wouldnt do it 86-89 honda accord should work
the ticking noise is likely the fuel injectors, which you probably didn't notice before because you weren't looking for anything wrong.
check your idle air control unit also called an IAC motor
As in SRS airbag? I'm going to say with reasonable certainty no as my 91 had no airbag.
Honda Civic 80-89, Integra 86-87, Accord79-83, Prelude 79-82, Honda wagovan 84-87
the pedals , driveshaft, shifter. and stub axels. speedo cable.
yes, the parts are interchangeable Edit by an 86 Prelude owner: note that an 89 prelude is the 3rd generation, and the 87 is a second generation, for body mouldings and panels they are not perfectly interchangeable, many of the parts from an 89 prelude will not fit an 87, Honda is notorious for changing little details that make things just incapable of fitting a seemingly similar car. the late 80's Accords and 84-88 Preludes will share many parts, but the 89-91 Prelude will not offer you a whole lot.