Question about 1992 Honda Prelude
It is a small space on this car. I recommend ties or something to hold one side while you start the other side or help you hold. Tape works too. Have had to use it. Get the rubber seal on cylinder first before inserting. You can also use rtv silicone on seal to get it to seal first before putting on cylinder.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2009
First off check to see if you need A complete Kit or just Certain Parts..
Honestly i would just buy the OEM Kit and Wait For Something better But This is On how To Install a OEM Clutch.
First off Get the car Either on A Lift or Jack stands.. Raise the Front so you have Room to unmount the transmission from the Motor.
Then after you unbolt the transmission from The motor the best Thing is to have the Flywheel cut ( This helps on wear) but if you dont have the time Or Money its not Really important.
Next step is to Remove the Old Clutch, pressure plate ,Pilot, and throwout berrings.
Then (If you bought A complete kit) use The Allignment tool To Line up the Kit.
MAKE SHURE YOU DO THIS EXACTLY OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THE NEW KIT
When You Have The pressure plate Lined up make SHURE THE NEW DISK You put with the SPRINGS FACING THE PRESSURE PLATE. After that install your berrings Exactly how it was in your car then Put some screws in To hold it And Line it up after that Tighten everyhig up and Your Done. go for A test drive And See how it feels
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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