I am a Coquitlam resdien & looking for someone to come to my house in
Coquitlam & check my clutch & its adjustement.
The alternative is to tow it to my local Honda shop & be told its not
fixable or at least the fix is too much for the value of the 1990
Acura Integra LS.
I've had a couple quotes and they are clost to $1000
Oh, hold on now. I was under the impression that the clutch was slipping.
This new post appears to be suggesting that it's not possible to engage any
gear, which is quite different from slippage.
Please give some more details about the exact symptoms.
If slipping is equal to 100% no movement of car then it is slipping.
Letting the clutch totally out does nothing even though the car is in
I push in the clutch, its in gear, let it out, NADA....nothing no
movement of car.
Sorry about that , there was no intention of confusion, must be
difference in wordage between BC & Ontario....
Yes, Ontaria speaka difference of langua Englisc. Beeg problem!
If I understand you correctly (speaking BC-ese now...), you are able to
start the engine and move the shift lever from gear to gear with the engine
If so, then the clutch is well and truly worn-out. It must have been
slipping for a LONG time.
How much threaded rod is showing above the plastic nut?
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