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Old 10-04-2007, 06:26 PM
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Transmission rebuild on a 98 prelude SH

Hey guys,

I'm having a few problems with my drivetrain, my clutch has a very strong vibration and I think that 5th gear grinds- i'm not sure if i'm not pressing the clutch deep enough when i shift or if its caused by the vibration or if i'm not shifting at the right rpms?- but its done it twice now, when i've shifted to it it grinded/ground whatever lol

I really like the car, the dealer i bought it from will go 50 50 on tranny and engine expenses with me for the first 30 days so....if anyone knows really good mechanics around the Los angeles California area please let me know....
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Old 10-04-2007, 08:44 PM
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man you have sum luck but thats how it goes sometimes
what r u shifting at
when in gear will it just rev higher or grinding into place????
if it was a honda dealership id go half and eat it just to have the car
plus they should cover it if it happens again within a certain time and mileage
good luck
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