well.. first off i wanna say im not an expert and im not great with using the right terms for things, but i just had to adjust the clutch on my 86 prelude the other day.if you look on the driver side around the fire wall towards where your steering wheel is you will see 3 or 4 cords coming out.. for your clutch and accelerator and stuff.. if you look for the one closest towards you, u should see the clutch cable there. it's gonna go around the engine to the other side of the car near the battery.mine was kinda hidden behind some wires and hoses so you gotta look good.. you should see a white looking round piece with notches all in it. if you have a chilton book or a haynes book you will know exactly what it looks like.. anyways all u gotta do is get your hand down in there and turn that big white plastic piece clockwise to tighten it, or counter-clockwise if your wanting to loosen it. its actually kinda easy once you find it. and you shouldn't need any tools to adjust it. i hope this helps some.
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.
The 1986 Honda prelude 2.0 Si has a A20a3.
my Honda prelude 1986 si wants to cut off after its warmed up . any sugestions on what ot could be
is inside the alternater
inside the trunk?
Yes, it does.
Adjust the sprocket of the chain
On the crossbars of the steering wheel.
Make sure your computer has no viruses
the dashes are pretty similar but some of the plugs are different.
Programed Fuel Injection
not if its the same as my 84 the fluid compartment by left hand is for brake fluid and behind clutch handle there is 2 wires going in means its electric clutch like mine right now im trying to figure out how to adjust it to get more clutch
They do if it is an automatic transmission. The Prelude (except Si) has the same manual transmission as well. The Prelude Si has a slightly different manual transmission, but it will still fit into a 1986-1989 Accord.
its like my 91 Prelude 5 speed transmission is stuck in 2 gears.It is wielded.
the best swap would be a JDM vtec 2.2 liter. you can get a 2.2 liter vtec out of something like a 2001 Honda prelude but you would have to do the wiring harness
Most vehicle manufacturers now put the regulator inside the alternator.
This is the most gramatically incorrect question ever, but I belive the Corlolla is faster on a racetrack.
The quickest way is to adjust the clutch is at the clutch lever. You will notice where the clutch cable enters the top of the clutch lever. There are adjusting nuts there and two of them are longer and have a slit in the side. You loosen all nuts and align the two with the slit so that they form a straight line. Now you tighten the main adjusting nut until you can feel and see that as soon as you pull the clutch lever the wire inside the cable moves and the clutch begins to disengage. At this point you tighten the adjustment nut and disalign the two nuts with the slit. Fasten well. Drive the motorcycle around the block to see how the clutch works, then re-adjust if necessary. It is important that there is no marked dead play or slack in the clutch cable.
Yes Actually they can have either. The "S" models are carbs. The "Si" models are fuel injected.
add an air intake and full exhaust system if you havent yet done that
on top of oil filter plate it has one wire
Just buy it from your local Honda dealer. Just buy it from your local Honda dealer.
The computer on a 1986 Honda Prelude Si can be upgraded but the harness will need to be updated as well. This is done using a wire harness conversion kit. The kit will allow for a tunable ECU.