What causes a whistling noise in a 1992 Honda Civic that goes away only when the clutch pedal is engaged?
A throwout bearing can make a whistling sound- really more of a chirp than a whistle. Unfortunately, it sounds like you are in for a new clutch assy.
No, the 1990 civic transmission is a cable operated clutch and the 1995 civic is a hydraulic operated clutch. So unless you rig up a hydraulic clutch system(Master cylinder, pedal, slave cylinder, lines...) it will not work. But a company called "Hasport" makes a bracket that has a cable attachment that operates the clutch engagement and disengagement.
Your 1996 civic EX 5 speed has been driving as if the clutch were engaged when the clutch pedal is fully released What could cause this?
Providing the hydraulics are working properly, and the proper amount of travel from the slave cylinder to the cover assembly is good. That leads me to a problem in the cover assembly area. The release bearing while being pressed against the cover assembly diaphragm or fingers isn't releasing pressure against the plate, as a result the clutch acts engaged even though pedal is depressed to disengage. I have seen this problem often caused due to…
To change the clutch on a 1993 Honda Civic the car will need to the safely raised. Remove the starter, shift cables, wire harness, and other components found on the transmission. Unbolt the motor mount and mounting bolts for the transmission and safely lower it. Replace the clutch disk and throttle body.
If it is an auto it is most likely your torque converter changing the fluid will help slightly but not a whole lot. If it is manual then it could be your clutch or your trans fluid trying changing fluid and replace with Honda MTF if this does not help have your clutch checked out to see if it is almost worn out You can also adjust the clutch on a manual civic to get…
This may be due to a faulty clutch. If the vehicle has over 70K on the clutch it is reccomended that it be replaced. If the clutch "slips" or takes a min before it finally engages then i would reccomed replacing the clutch. Make sure to change the Release Bearing and the pilot bearing as well this may also contribute to the problem.