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Re: clutch will not move into grear
Has the clutch ever been replaced? sounds also like it could be the clutch release bearing is bad, which then means just have a new clutch installed. that gives you another issue to look at, check the first ones first though. good luck
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Hello Joseph....you will feel the clutch slipping. As your driving along at a low speed ...accelerate quickly...If the RPM's go up faster than the vehicles moves forward...your clutch is slipping and needs further attention. A clutch will also produce a rather strong odor when it slips as it will generate a lot of heat.
If your vehicle starts and will not move forward at all....make sure the vehicle moves. While not running, in neutral..push it a few feet...should glide easily...if it doesn't find the wheel(s) that are binding...Is the emergency brake applied or jammed? Are one of the vehicles brakes jammed? If everything is turning smoothly and the engine starts and allows you to depress the clutch pedal and select a gear without a grinding noise... but will not move the vehicle forward, make sure the clutch is actually engaging by observing the linkage and clutch arm.
i think your clutch has worn out ,it needs a new clutch,the water noise is a air lock possibly so try topping the rad up some more and hopefully this will stop the noise but if engine isnt overheating then do not worry about it too much ,
Well of course you could have stripped the worm grear in the wiper motor. In which case you would need a salvage yard replacement for the whole motor and gear assembly.
But are you sure the wiper arm did not must come loose on its shaft? That usually goes first, and can easily just be retightened. This is supposed to sort of act like a shear pin or clutch when the wipers get iced up or something.
Wow, that's weird! If the speedometer is moving, but you aren't, then yes, something in the axle is not connected to the wheel. Were there any weird noises or symptoms before this happened? Either the cv joint is completely shot (u should have heard noise when turning a long time before this) or the spline could be stripped, but that is something I haven't heard of. If the clutch was shot, the engine would rev, but speedo is connected to transmission, so the speedo would not work if the clutch didn't. Let me know if anything was going on before this happened, I have a 91 Prelude (2nd since 1994, love it). countrycurt0