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Best to fix it right buy a new fuel line .An inline filter couldnt handle the pressure cause with fuel injection you have alot more fuel pressure and using clamps you are risking your life with a good chance of a fire

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013


are you asking the question....where is my hondas alt.located?

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Aug 26, 2013


What is the year? Any lights come on ?

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Aug 14, 2013


Make sure you block the front wheels and leave the car in gear before attempting to lift it. Raise the rear of the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands. Check for a binding parking brake cable for whichever tire is locked up. Remove the wheel that is locked up. If it's got drum brakes, remove the small rubber plug on the inside of the drum and use two flat screwdrivers to loosen the brake adjuster until you can get the drum off. Check the pads and the drum for excessive wear. Check the wheel cylinder for leaks and replace it if necessary. Check all the springs as well. If any of the springs are damaged, replace all of them (spring kits are only a few dollars). If it has disc brakes, check the pads and rotor for excessive wear. Remove the brake caliper and try to compress it (you will probably need a special tool for this, also only a few dollars at any parts store). If it is frozen, you need to replace the caliper. NOTE: if you replace any wheel cylinder or caliper, you will need to bleed the brake system before attempting to drive! Also, what is done to one side of your brakes should be done to the other at the same time. After all, those parts have most likely been on the car for the same amount of time, and it's imperative to keep the braking force even on both sides for safety's sake. Hope this helps.

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Jul 15, 2013


Make sure your positive and negative hook ups from both cables to the battery are completely clean, has no corrosion on them, and that they are tight. It sounds like the cables have corrosion on them

Honda Prelude... | Answered on May 08, 2013


An '80 prelude still on the road? The filter should be very simple. Loosen the fuel line clamps, pull the old out, put the new one in, making sure the direction of flow is correct. Tighten up the hose clamps, run the engine and check for leaks at the fittings.

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Apr 11, 2013


Possibly failed speed sensor(s). On mine, the factory trained Honda tehnician missed the one behind the instrument cluster. The cluster had to be replaced to solve the problem

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Mar 25, 2013


there are two locations one is inside the fuel tank and the other is beside the fuel tank before the fuel filter

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Mar 20, 2013


If you had a manifold,starter,alternator etc just
replaced

How is it that you have any problems

Was the entire car motor & drivetrain not
tested while those items were & replaced
assuming they even failed

Relays last for a lifetime

You may have a failed fuel pump & with
all those parts replaced so far,not very good luck
for some reason

Did you buy someone elses problems

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Mar 10, 2013


check your wires and spark plugs if they are fine it could be your fuel filter

Honda Prelude... | Answered on Feb 19, 2013

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