How do I Install a Clutch Kit in a 1989 Honda Civic?

Answer The clutch on a 1989 Honda Civic clutch gradually shifts engine torque to the transaxle by linking a clutch disc to a pressure plate. When these parts wear down, shifting may become choppy, diffic... Read More »

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How to Install a Clutch Cable on a 1989 Honda Civic?

The 1989 Honda Civic with a manual transmission uses a manual clutch system. This means there is a cable connected between the clutch pedal and clutch fork that engages and disengages the clutch. W... Read More »

How to Install a 1989 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Motor?

The 1989 model year was the second year of the fourth generation of the popular compact vehicle. The 1989 Civic came fitted with two engine sizes: a 1.5-liter four-cylinder and a 1.6-liter four-cyl... Read More »

How to Install a Clutch on a 91 Honda Civic?

The clutch assembly allows you to operate your 1991 Honda Civic. Depressing the clutch pedal disconnects the engine from the wheels through the use of a pressure plate and clutch disc. The drive ax... Read More »

How to Install a New Clutch in a Honda Civic?

Most Honda Civic clutches are made for smooth engagement (except the Si model), meaning that the grabbing force is not so strong that it's hard to engage the clutch. The clutch itself is a disc mad... Read More »