Question about 1991 Honda Prelude
Its a honda prelude reg M
Try the linkage this happen to my prelude to easy fix just hope you have two people. I say this cause they are cables
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
What is happening is that the clutch is failing to disengage properly. There are two common reasons for this, one is the clutch thrust bearing starting to fail, and the other is that the clutch plate has become contaminated with oil either from the gearbox or the engine. The other possible reasons are that the clutch plate itself is starting to disintigrate, but that is usually accompanied by other symptoms, or that you've got something stuck under the clutch pedal which is preventing it going down far enough, but I guess you'd notice that.
Sadly the solution is usually expensive....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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