This prelude model on my experience the cause of in emission either map sensor near the throttle body and the small hose is connected. Next the coolant sensor below the distributor w/ two wires and the fuel pressure is cause by bad fuel pressure regulator at the end of fuel rail or the fuel return line closed. I hope this will give help to you.
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The system is self bleeding, no bleed port is needed. You can use the fuel pressure test port to bleed it if you want, but just holding the gas pedal to the floor while you crank the engine will bleed the air out very quickly..
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old car. 5th gear? is this M/T? 1987 ? A/T? is 4speed
what does stopped working mean . 1: shifter fails to select 5 gear H pattern slot. 2: grinds? 3: cant force it to 5th with clutch depressed.? is free play at spec? 4: raise front wheels off ground, can you get in to 5th now? keyout and running? 5: can you get into 5th parked engine off, and select 5th and then start car in 5th with clutch depresses first step. then slowly very slowly attempt to move car starting in 5th, but dont finish, just feel the gear, feel that its there and not neutral.
The engine and emission control system covered by this information
operate on a combination of vacuum and electrical signals; they are
extremely prone to malfunctions due to improper vacuum connections. If a
component does not receive vacuum at the correct time, it cannot
function when needed. When working under the hood, pay close attention
to the routing and placement of every hose.
Fig. 1: The vacuum hoses are usually numbered for easy