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I have a 1989 acura integra with a throw out clutch bearing going out, how long can i drive it before it needs to be fixed, i need to drive from las vegas to portland or

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You can drive for months like this. Even after it goes out you can still just hold it in gear.

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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I wouldn't do so any longer than absolutely necessary.

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I push the clutch and cant get it into gear sometimes i can sometimes i have to put in first gear and start it with the clutch in the car will start to go


Usually there is a rod or cable that adjusts the 'throw' of the clutch. Sounds like this is out of adjustment. I think you need a couple of 13mm wrenches to adjust this in your car.

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Without hearing noises first hand it is very hard to diagnose.

Things to check from the description you gave:

- Heatshields/Exhaust
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I would rule out the CV joints if the noise happens while moving straight. CV joints will click while turning when they go bad.

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