You don't. There is not a clutch cable on a 1998 integra. It has a hydraulic clutch.
Buy a new clutch
Yes, with one exception: the 92 Integra comes with a cable actuated clutch, the 98 a hydraulic actuated clutch. Hasport may have a cable to hydraulic converter kit.
Yes, You just have to select reverse gear before letting go the clutch.
it will fit but you need to convert it to a cable clutch because the 98's are hydraulic
Maybe "throw-out" bearing Should have been replaced w/clutch
if it standar mabe is the clutch cylinder is broken
nope don't believe so, 98 runs on hydro tranny and 90 runs with cable tranny..
with modifications and a mounting kit, and a way to convert cable clutch pedal to operate the hydraulic clutch transmissionhasport.com
The clutch cylinder on a 1994 Acura Integra is bled by placing a tubing on the slave cylinder bleeder valve and placing the other end underneath brake fluid. Pump the clutch pedal several times and hold it down. Release the bleeder valve. Keep doing this process until bubbles no longer exit.
When you stop, you may be letting the clutch out to early.
Either the linkage between the pedal and the throw-out bearing is damaged or the clutch fiber disc is worn and needs replaced. The worn clutch is most likely. Consult a mechanic, this is not a shadetree operation. The clutch allows the spinning crankshaft of the engine to be "interrupted" before it get to the transmission. Your engine and transmission are both turning when the car is running and in neutral, the clutch basically stops the the transmission from receiving power and this allows you to choose a gear, letting out the clutch allows power back to the trans, and this allows the power to get to the wheels through the chosen gear.
"Dumping the clutch" refers to letting the clutch out very quickly and usually results in one of the following: spinning the tires accelerating quickly damage to the drive-train
that is the wheel getting ready to change gear
replace your fan clutch.
Perhaps clutch throw-out bearing?
Before you get into the clucth, check out the cluthc slave and master cylinder's as well as the clutch lines. there is also a box on the frame rail that the lines go throught after leaving the master cylinder but before the slave, that might be clogged or just simply not letting the fluid through if all those are fine, well time to rip apart the transmission and replace that clutch
It's the way it's set up. It can be loosened or tightened. Can also be adjusted to be higher or lower.
The clutch throw-out bearing may be failing.
I'm not quite sure how youare hearing that if you are pressing the pedal, more likely the click is the clutch switch clicking that allows you to start the vehicle, if it truly is the slave cylinder, down on the bellhousing making the click sound it could be loose, or making a clicking sound as it connects with the clutch lever.
the clutch on your A/C compressor needs to be replaced.
The a/c clutch needs to be replaced or repaired.
It is probably the throw out bearing going bad. You have to remove the transmission from the bottom to replace it. Replace the clutch, pilot bearing, and throw out bearing and have the flywheel resurfaced.
the clutch engages a compressor that goes on and off to keep a particular setting.for example if there is not enough freon in the ac the clucth will keep running and clicking on and off