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Old 07-19-2010, 06:50 PM
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Removing alarm system (wiring) & clutch question?

First the clutch;

The previous owner said the damper was bad, so we removed it. Had to use a series of fittings to get the lines to match up. THEN we found out it wasnt the damper, but the master cylinder was bad, swapped that out. Without the damper the clutch is a little tough, but fine. What's weird is there is about a half a peddle of play before pressure.

Is there a clutch adjustment somewhere on preludes (93)? Or is that just what you get when you take off the damper? Possible fix suggestions?

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And the car doesn't start do to an alarm system with a pinched / snipped wire. The company is out of business, but its supposedly one of the best in its time. JT 300R.

I got the installation manual from a technician to help with trying to get by it but its no use. We need to completely take the alarm out. The computer was right by the peddles. Its a complete mess of wires though. =/ Does anyone have a picture or a link of how the wiring under the peddles should be? Like a factory map, or if someone would be kind enough to take a few pictures of there's?

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Re: Removing alarm system (wiring) & clutch question?

Nevermind on the wiring. Its a million wires to start but only comes from 6 or 7 main wires cut with T's. Easier then I had thought.

The clutch I'm still wondering though.
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Re: Removing alarm system (wiring) & clutch question?

i had this problem as well a while back come to find out the fluid was pretty old so i sucked it out and applyed new dot 3-4 brake fluid and redo the bleeding system.

also theres an adjustment behind the pedal
be very careful with messing with the adjustment you dont want to go way out of spec

also its wise when you replace to clutch master cylinder to replace your slave cylinder.
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Re: Removing alarm system (wiring) & clutch question?

Alright thanks;

Last question, hopefully.

The car idles are 2.5 rpm, and when warmed up it rev's itself. We're thinking either the tb sensor, or a bad intake seal.

Any other possibilities? Besides an open vacuum line.
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Re: Removing alarm system (wiring) & clutch question?

search for Idle Problem ... there are a million threads (and one really good one) about this topic
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