Does a 88 prelude Si 4ws have a clutch cable or hydraulic clutch?
It has a hydraulic clutch
What should you do when the headlights and tail lights won't come on at the same time on your 1986 Honda Prelude?
What would cause the brakelights not to work on a 1997 Honda Prelude other than the fuses and the bulbs which are good and how would you get more information for this car?
1988 Honda prelude 4ws auto transmission stuck in second gear when coldbut shifts well when warmwhat could be the problem?
Does a 1989 Prelude SI 4WS need back pressure and therefore a hole in the muffler is bad for the engine or is hole in the muffler not something to worry about?
Pop the hood. See the intake manifold? Its the big silver thing at the back of the motor. Just to the left of it should be large black ribbed, rubber hose coming out at a 90* angle then shooting down. At the end of that rubber hose is your air filter. It is inside of the canister that is there. Otherwise try www.preludepower.com
Yes, it is called four wheel steering. Some manufacturers, such as Honda, Mazda, and Nissan added this option to some of their performance vehicles in the late 1980's. GMC added a 4WS option to the Denali pick up and large SUVs in 2002. Most systems had a low speed and a high speed program. At low speeds, the rear wheels would turn in opposite direction to the fronts reducing the turning radius. As the vehicles…
The symbols on the dash include: Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) High Beam Four Wheel Steering System (4WS models only) ABS Low Fuel Cruise Control Check Engine Light Brake Lamp Parking Brake/Brake System Seat Belt Reminder Light Charging System (Battery) Low Oil Pressure Door-Open Trunk-Open Daytime Running Lights (Canadian market only) Shift Lever Position (automatic transmissions only)