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My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

here's the run down. My hood had AM spoiler foiled drilled in it.
I need a new CAT, I have an oil leak, my trans is slipping in
between 2 and 3rd, I need an alignment, and my ABS light is on.
also, I have to re-replace my ignition switch. I'm almost at 200k,
And the car could use a clear coat.
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

-"My hood had AM spoiler foiled drilled in it." I have no idea what this means.
-go with a flomaster bolt on cat, you can get one online for around $100. make sure it's the bolt on flanges, not the weld on type. you'll save money in installation.
-do you have an auto trans? you could improve the operation of the transmission by changing the trans fluid.
-your abs light is most likely due to a faulty sensor, not that difficult or expensive to change.
-there was an ignition recall issued by honda. take your car to them and let them fix it.
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

i would fix it. my 97 lude had 176k on it. motor was ticking real bad, but it ran. anyways, i replaced the engine and tranny with a jdm and lsd. replaced the header, cat, 02 sensor,and put a apexi ws2 catback exhaust on it. it was a pretty penny for everything, but the car rips
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

Preludes are worth fixing. If you love your baby, fix it.

Assuming you have an auto. . . change the tranny fluid. Bout the best thing you can do. Use only Honda brand ATF. If the slipping continues, well you can read up on the Auto tranny Failure Guide (Sticky).

The rest just follow what OG said.
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

-to clarify, i meant to say the trunk has drill holes where an AfterMarket spoiler was installed and then removed. theres adhesive lining that has basically cooked itself onto the surface and the entire trunk needs to be sanded and painted.
-It is an auto-tranny and i just recently had the trans fluid replaced, but i didnt use the Honda brand. (ill look into doing that)
-The ignition switch already had the factory replacement done under warrenty, however it needs to be replaced again. Any suggested companies to get a switch from?
-Ill have my mechanic check into the ABS light being on, hopefully its only a faulty sensor as you said.
+Also, the weather stripping is disintegrating, should i search for new stripping? or is their a cheaper alternative, because the aluminum is showing almost completly.
+Recently now when i press on the brakes, the E-Brake light pops up, but the handle is completly down? More faulty wiring you think?
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depends hows your financial situation
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

get touchup paint and then just sand your trunk down and paint your trunk again yourself.

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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

If it's finically possible for you, it will be well worth your time to fix it. I can attest for Flowmaster products, as I have a Series 60 Axleback and know that the rest of their products are solid. Also, if it's possible, you could gather all the parts for a 5spd swap and do that. Good luck on whatever you decide to do.
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-to clarify, i meant to say the trunk has drill holes where an AfterMarket spoiler was installed and then removed. theres adhesive lining that has basically cooked itself onto the surface and the entire trunk needs to be sanded and painted.
-It is an auto-tranny and i just recently had the trans fluid replaced, but i didnt use the Honda brand. (ill look into doing that)
-The ignition switch already had the factory replacement done under warrenty, however it needs to be replaced again. Any suggested companies to get a switch from?
-Ill have my mechanic check into the ABS light being on, hopefully its only a faulty sensor as you said.
+Also, the weather stripping is disintegrating, should i search for new stripping? or is their a cheaper alternative, because the aluminum is showing almost completly.
+Recently now when i press on the brakes, the E-Brake light pops up, but the handle is completly down? More faulty wiring you think?
-get that trans fluid swapped out asap. the automatic trans in the 5th gen is very sensitive so it would be a good idea to follow honda's advice on how to take care of it. changing the fluid might not make a difference at this point, but it's worth a shot with how cheap the fluid is.
-you can sand the adhesive off of your trunk and fill the holes yourself. you can get a small pint of bondo at any automotive store for a reasonable price, better than water getting in your trunk. you can either prime the trunk black until you can afford to get it painted, or you can order a custom spray can to match the color of your car. Touch Up Paint from PaintScratch.com is where I ordered my cans of paint to match my car.
-if all this is too much for you, you can always look for a used trunk deck in decent condition, we can help you with this search.
-if your ignition switch is acting up, and honda already replaced it, take it back to them.
-do you mean the weather stripping at the bottom of the window on the outside of the car??? it's pretty common that the rubberized coating peels off and shows the aluminum underneath. if the weather strip is still in good shape, most guys just peel the rest of the coating off, and paint the aluminum w/ satin black spray paint.
-If it's interior weather stripping you can buy new or used a decent price. There are a couple of guys on ebay that part out preludes regularly that I buy parts from. I'll look up their listings and send you a link. There are also a couple of dealerships that sell discount honda parts online that we all love.
-if you're having your mechanic look into the abs issue, have him to an adjustment on the ebrake as well. the car could have had a brake job done improperly or the car could be due for a brake job. this could explain both brake lights.
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

When you press on the brake pedal and the light comes on, it's probably because of low brake fluid. You have just enough to keep the switch happy and when you press the brakes it dips just low enough to make contact. It probably has nothing to do with the e-brake. I only know because mine did the same thing a few weeks ago and I just had to top the fluid off.

You and I are in the same boat.
-I need new front brakes
-There is an incessant noise in the rear end that I can't pinpoint, it's a clunking noise.
-My hood is bent, rusted, and has loads of hail damage
-Passenger's quarter panel is rusting
-Rear bumper has no clearcoat
-Driver's fender got backed into
-Front bumper is scraped up and sagging
-Driver's doorweatherstripping is gone (just about)
-Driver's window binds about half way whether rolling up or down
-Trans will occasionally grind into second and pop out of third on acceleration
-Motor ticks like crazy occasionally
-Alternator bearings sound like they're shot
-I get intermittent and alternating pull on the front end when I'm braking, sometimes it'll pull right and others left
-The whole car is covered in a light coat of Rustoleum silver overspray
-There's not a single area on the car that doesn't contain one of the world's biggest swirl marks
-There's a buzzing in the trunk on bass drops

That about sums it up, lol.
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

+The ignition switch- i can take back to honda even though its been serviced? because i had planned on buying an aftermarket switch. but i'd rather save my money.
+Ill order the Flomaster cat.
+Weather Stripping(exterior)- how do i remove it from the doors? also, the stripping around the back little triangle windows is beginning to rust, should i sand and paint?
@WesternPrelude, i've been wanting to throw a 5spd swap in the car since i purchased it. but im new to the car world as my mechanical skills are vague and im not confident that i could successfully and correctly swap the trans. however, if i decided to, where would i aquire the parts?
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Re: My 99' 5th Gen is falling apart. Is it worth fixing?

+what Cat Conv. do i order? there isnt a specified product for Preludes.
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+what Cat Conv. do i order? there isnt a specified product for Preludes.
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i'd rather do a bolt on.
i think im going to go with a magnaflow. i cant find flowmaster cats anywhere.
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When you press on the brake pedal and the light comes on, it's probably because of low brake fluid. You have just enough to keep the switch happy and when you press the brakes it dips just low enough to make contact. It probably has nothing to do with the e-brake. I only know because mine did the same thing a few weeks ago and I just had to top the fluid off.

You and I are in the same boat.
-I need new front brakes
-There is an incessant noise in the rear end that I can't pinpoint, it's a clunking noise.
-My hood is bent, rusted, and has loads of hail damage
-Passenger's quarter panel is rusting
-Rear bumper has no clearcoat
-Driver's fender got backed into
-Front bumper is scraped up and sagging
-Driver's doorweatherstripping is gone (just about)
-Driver's window binds about half way whether rolling up or down
-Trans will occasionally grind into second and pop out of third on acceleration
-Motor ticks like crazy occasionally
-Alternator bearings sound like they're shot
-I get intermittent and alternating pull on the front end when I'm braking, sometimes it'll pull right and others left
-The whole car is covered in a light coat of Rustoleum silver overspray
-There's not a single area on the car that doesn't contain one of the world's biggest swirl marks
-There's a buzzing in the trunk on bass drops

That about sums it up, lol.
good call about the fluid, I didn't realize that low fluid would cause the light to come on.. thanks.

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+The ignition switch- i can take back to honda even though its been serviced? because i had planned on buying an aftermarket switch. but i'd rather save my money.
+Ill order the Flomaster cat.
+Weather Stripping(exterior)- how do i remove it from the doors? also, the stripping around the back little triangle windows is beginning to rust, should i sand and paint?
@WesternPrelude, i've been wanting to throw a 5spd swap in the car since i purchased it. but im new to the car world as my mechanical skills are vague and im not confident that i could successfully and correctly swap the trans. however, if i decided to, where would i aquire the parts?
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i'd rather do a bolt on.
i think im going to go with a magnaflow. i cant find flowmaster cats anywhere.
-if they serviced it, and it failed again, they should fix it. talk to a service advisor at your local honda dealership before you come out of pocket for an aftermarket part.
-the door trim isn't too difficult to take off, but you will most likely break some of the clips that hold it on. you can buy new clips at Majestic Honda 877-864-0954 Honda Dealership West Warwick serving Warwick Rhode Island Seekonk Massachusetts. I'll look for the DIY thread for door trim refurbishing.
- there is also a diy for refurbishing the trim around the rear quarter windows (btw it's rubber not metal). you can sand and paint it with the same paint you're going to use on the door trim. something black and rubberized would be great. you can not remove this trim, as it is actually part of the window. you'll have to do a lot of masking to paint it.
- there is an auto to 5speed swap thread on this forum, it will contain a list of what is needed and a DIY on how to perform the swap. start searching for it and we'll help you if you need it.
-I meant magnaflo for the cat, I'm sorry about the confusion.
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i have a black 97 s.h. with many of the issues described and figure hey it's a 15 year old hot rod with 233k miles that was driven by a crazy marine for 12 of those 15. i saw it listed and notice the car was still pretty stock overall. the motor was a jdm with 40k and a racing clutch with the same. there is a high flow intake and exhaust and the car pirrs like a well tuned hot rod should. the dual tip tailpipe growls instead of burping. other than a specta decal i have no idea what brand of mods were used but the car is generally running perfect except an infrequent idle surge. i downloaded the honda service manual from honda tech. as time allows i evaluate the car in detail and have compiled a lengthy list of items to repair. the manual has fantastic drawings so when i see 80 plugs under the hood and one is unplugged i study schematics until i see what it is the ac is unplugged and there is no belt to the compressor. well being a 48 year old with high mileage, that went on my list of must fix items. i plan on re-furb most of the trim, fixing tranny synchro issues, a couple of rotten gaskets etc but a couple of battle scars will stay simply because the original owner was a crazy marine who wiped out a roadside mailbox on one side, and a newspaper box on the other before giving his life serving this country in Afganistan. that's how i ended up with the car his brother didn't want sitting around reminding him of his loss.
i have a bone stock black 91 si with 150k in a garage that is waiting to be restored. i'm going to spend about 2 years fixing what ails the 97 sh and when i'm satisfied i know how to restore a honda prelude the 97 will get put away as a Sunday driver while i do a total resto-mod of the 91. by mod i mean upgraded tunes and some better inhale exhale of the 110hp motor.
meanwhile my 26 year old son just aquired a 90% restored 93 base lude that he wants to turbo charge this winter. it has 83k miles on the chassis and -10k on the motor and clutch/ tranny.
any car you want is worth buying. if you don't mind trial and error or use these beauties for your daily driving needs then keep em no matter how ugly they are. fact is a honda prelude is a fun car to drive, they get great gas mileage, last forever, have numerous interchangeable parts and generally aint hard to fix.
i've had American muscle, european and prefer these asian cars overall. you never go wrong with a honda!!
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download the manual, search this forum and use patience for a rewarding car fixer-upper experience. and...last but not least have fun driving that prelude. the more i drive mine the more i want to work on it. not because it's broke. it aint. not because it's ugly. who cares. but because it's a fun automobile to fix up..
the more i fix it the more i wanna drive it, the more i drive it the more i wanna fix it!
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