The 1986 Honda Prelude does not have a clutch cable. The 1986 Prelude has a hydraulic clutch instead of the clutch cable.
D.O.T. 3 or 4 Brake Fluid
Does it have a manual transmission with a hydraulic clutch ?
Just buy it from your local Honda dealer. Just buy it from your local Honda dealer.
on the clutch pedal lever
It's just a bolt on fitting, back it off counter clock-wise
It is a wet clutch, as it sits in oil. It is a wet clutch, as it sits in oil.
you dont add clutch fluid. If the clutch is slipping that means that you need to buy a new clutch
Yes, it does.
Make sure clutch, pressure plate, and throw-out bearing are all in alignment
No, the 86 has 7 clutch plate and the 85 has 6 so the 85 clutch cover is not deep enough. I had the same issue
BLEEDING THE CLUTCH HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.Fill the master cylinder reservoir with brake fluid.On 1986-88 models that incorporate a clutch damper in the hydraulic system, perform Steps 1-10 for the clutch damper and then move on to the release cylinder.Remove the cap and loosen the bleeder screw on the clutch release cylinder. Cover the hole with your finger.Have an assistant pump the clutch pedal several times. Take your finger off the hole while the pedal is being depressed so that the air in the system can be released. Put your finger back on the hole and release the pedal.After fluid pressure can be felt (with your finger) tighten the bleeder screw.Put a short length of hose over the bleeder screw and place the other end into a jar half full of clean brake fluid.Depress the clutch pedal and loosen the bleeder screw. Allow the fluid to flow into the jar.Tighten the plug and then release the clutch pedal.Repeat Steps 6-7 until no air bubbles are visible in the bleeder tube.When there are no more air bubbles in the system, tighten the plug fully with the pedal depressed. Replace the plastic cap.Fill the master cylinder to the correct level with brake fluid.Check the system for leaks.Follow clutch line from clutch master cylinder,it goes to the clutch damper,then line leaves clutch damper to slave cylinder,its bolted on to side of transmission with 2 bolts,a rubber hose is toward end.
Vacuum lines, clutch switches, ...
you need a special puller $30
I have a 1986 k2500 Diesel pick-up and the lugs on both sides are RHT (Clockwise on, Counter-Clockwise off). My friend's '89 c1500 is similar. Hope this helps.
you first have to drop the transmition. there is one bolt on the transmission support and 4 on the engine . after that you will have to separate the pressure plate from the flywheel and then change the clutch
check your clutch slave cylinder for leaks,its bolted on your transmission,about 20 bucks
In the maintenance manual or at the library
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push in the clutch
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.
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