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Old 08 Jul 2011, 04:16 am
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Default 93 honda prelude questions?

I have a 93 prelude. Just recently it began to runs good.....just now when i take off instead of taking off at 1500 rpm or 1600 it requires 3000 rpm to move....can this be the clutch?
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Old 08 Jul 2011, 04:31 am
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Simple test, pick a quiet street and at about 25 mph put the car in third gear and nail the throttle. does the tack climb with out acceleration? If so the clutch is slipping. That year of a Prelude was known for being pretty quick, when was your last clutch? If 80,000 miles or more, good chance it's time.
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