The 1986 Honda Prelude does not have a clutch cable. The 1986 Prelude has a hydraulic clutch instead of the clutch cable.
Does a 1998 Honda prelude have a clutch cable
There is no fluid in the system or master cylinder/slave cylinder failure (hydraulic). Cable streched or broken (if not hydraulic).
It has a hydraulic clutch
www.hasport.com has clutch master cylinder adapters. Here is the info from their page: "The new master cylinder adapter allows the use of a Honda-style or Wilwood clutch master cylinder to convert a cable transmission vehicle to a hydraulic setup."
Yes you can
Yes, the 1988 and 1989 Honda Prelude has a VSS that is a cable sending unit that connects to the gauge cluster in the dash.
No the clutch is hydraulic.
means a transmission that depends on a hydraulic system and in cable flow fluid. D.P = QXRL
The Ls has a hydraulic clutch mechanism
Hey. I hate to give you or anyone with the same problem any bad news. But I have a 2000 prelude type sh. It want go in reverse check the cables under the car or take it to a transmission shop it could be that. But my cable was fine and it turned out to be my transmission. Hope this helps
Yeah, it will fit. But the 1991 civic sohc 1.5 transmission is cable and the 1992-1995 transmission is hydraulic. So yeah it will fit no it will not work with out doing other work. Also The speed sensor is cable in the 1991 and the 1992-1995 is electronic,.....so more work.
I am in the process of replacing the speed sensor in my 90 prelude. It is located on the transmission. with a small cable with a plug on the end of it. Looking at it from the passenger side . you can see a picture of it on eBay.. just type in 1990 Honda speed sensor.. there are several...
All 1984-1991 crxs that haven't had motor &/or trans swaps have cable transmissions. Only swapped ef crxs depending on the swap, have hydrolic transmissions.
the pedals , driveshaft, shifter. and stub axels. speedo cable.
The speedo or the speedo cable might be broken and, or be dissconncted.
it runs from the transmission up along the block on the distributor side then runs across in between the firewall and valve cover then into the fire wall and into the back of the interment cluster
Check out the FAQ for 2001 Honda prelude. The initial trick is to simply pull the electrical cable straight away from the headlight unit. You will see two prongs sticking out after you've pulled the cable off. The rest of the steps are pretty clear.
It is likely that a cable transmission would be better overall. An electronic transmission does not have a direct connection to the actual gears.
Assuming that you want it to work correctly, you don't. Install a new cable instead. A new cable will be inexpensive, easy to install, and it will work.
Where the cable hooks on to the transmission there should be a little screw what adjusts the cable.
If you don't have a maintenance manual, get one before going any further. You have not specified if the half-shafts have been pulled, if the engine and transmission are in the car, or out, and if you have disconneted the speedometer cable and shifter linkage, as well as the clutch cable. You will need to support the transmission somehow when it is separated from the engine.
possible cable Remove from transmission and check if in one piece - if not remove speedometer head and replace cable to transmission and head
All you do is unplug slowly and carefully. Take the blue wire and then slip the thing out!
89 Speedo cableI just paid for a lower speedometer cable. The sensor began in '90. The part price was 35.78 plus shipping. It also has a sensor that sits on top of the transmission case. I'm ordering one from hondapartscheap.com today!To better answer the question, an 89 prelude has both. The speedometer cable attaches to the speed sensor.