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
85 Lude, old school cable clutch... No hydraulics (fluid)
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.
It has a hydraulic clutch
I think you mean hydraulic clutch. I believe your model is hydraulic.
hi, you may find that it dose not have a clutch cylinder, as this model usually has a cable. confirm this by following thru from top of clutch pedal. regards razzel
No the clutch is hydraulic.
There is no fluid in the system or master cylinder/slave cylinder failure (hydraulic). Cable streched or broken (if not hydraulic).
It has an automatic clutch. Therefore it doesn't have a cable.
if the clutch is cable yes there is an adjuster down beside the transmission follow clutch cable
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.
the clutch is setup to a mechanical clutch cable line. there is no reservoir.
The 1995 Accord ghas a hydraulically operated clutch, notg a cable.
The clutch cable has a retaining nut on each end. Loosen the retaining nuts. The clutch cable will pull out. Reverse the process to install the new cable.
theres isn't one, it's a cable clutch
There isn't one. Your car has a mechanical clutch cable.
I have the clutches in my kx 85 but the clutch rode that goes to the clutch cable keeps Hitting the clutch Case How do I fix it
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."
Where the cable hooks on to the transmission there should be a little screw what adjusts the cable.
The Honda CRX features a cable type clutch and therefore does not have fluid. The CRX Del Sol however features a hydraulic assembly and does.
The speedo or the speedo cable might be broken and, or be dissconncted.
This is a pain in the butt to do the space is soooo tight , just replaced cable and clutch bracket in a 2003, spend the $$ get someone to do it for you!
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.
No it's cable clutch. Well at least in mine. 99' Honda Civic EX model