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  1. Dannyk50
    04-20-2017 12:59 PM
    Hi Steve, hope all is well with you. I have a question(again) with 4ws. My 89 4ws rack is about shot as it's leaking oil, any suggestions about what or where on a new rack if available? I guess a regular 2ws is out of the question? So any insight would be appreciated on what my options are .
    Thanks Steve... Dan
  2. ilya_kon
    01-13-2017 05:12 PM
    Hello Kevin.
    We you able to locate thermistor? I sent you message this week with link. Let me know
  3. luda8890
    08-07-2016 07:51 PM
    Hey Kevin. Your pm box is full. I have someone asking me about finding a vss for a 90-91. I know we discussed this, but I cant remember the outcome. I wanna say the accord is different. Any help would be apreciated.

    Thank you.
  4. cudaboy
    08-27-2015 01:02 PM
    My mom just had a cat scan for different reason. I was looking at cat scan images via a google search. I also looked at pet scan images. Some of the stuff I had seen and read stated that using a pet scan and cat scan (I am not sure if this is one combined machine or two like they use to be) but the combination was helping to find cancers that they couldn't find before. I don't know how common it is if it is a combined machine nor if it is more expensive but you should look at the google images to see what I am talking about and if the cat scan finds nothing I would definitely talk to your doctor about it. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
  5. cudaboy
    08-27-2015 12:34 PM
    Sorry I can't help. I haven't replaced the clutch master cylinder. Hope the cat scan goes well.
  6. Dannyk50
    08-27-2015 11:30 AM
    Kevin, need some guidance on the best way to remove the slave master cylinder nut on the interior underneath the dash> The one side is a breeze(right side) the one on the left is something of a challenge. So i replaced the master cylinder,hose,bled and seems to be fine,for now, but i like to know how that damn nut comes off within that tight space. Thanks Kevin.
    Little update,seen a cancer surgeon for some input,seems for me detecting my cancer will be a challenge also,nothing will detect it till it's too late,so i will get a cat scan for now and then will see another surgeon for possible options.
    Thanks Kevin, hope your doing ok also. Dan
  7. Dannyk50
    08-07-2015 04:22 AM
    Kevin Thanks much for all the input which i'll present to my mechanic,he's good and smart.Mainly works on BMW's and Benz's.
    So, this Sat. i'll take my 93 Integra up to N.J. for Honda Day, it has won some first and second place finishes but the trend is more too the more modified cars. Still think my good Prelude is cleaner, but the Teg isn't to shabby either, ii just go because most Hondas/Acurs aren't well received at local car shows and i only do a couple anyhow.
    Wish all the best your way Kev.
  8. Dannyk50
    08-05-2015 09:18 PM
    Kevin,my clutch went on my beater Lude which my mechanic will do the work on it for me,any tips or info needed meaning like advice on removal or other parts while exposed?
    Hope all is well with you Kevin. Thanks… Dan
  9. cudaboy
    06-25-2015 08:04 PM
    no I have a new one. Beck arnley I think but it is still in the box. I haven't had to replace it yet. It is easy to get to though. Its on the topside of the transmission. If you have your old one or pick up an old one you could pull your new one and compare. I would check wiring. There are only two wires. Maybe the aftermarket one is wired wrong. I think it I one female and one male but I would have to look at it again. You could try blue bullet connectors plugged in and if they fit cut off the leads and solder the blue on in reverse. Or just buy a different brand and try that. I would look at the shop manual to see if there is a procedure for removing it and if not just remove it do whatever you decide to do. They are not that expensive.
  10. Dannyk50
    06-25-2015 06:42 PM
    Thanks Kevin for the info. The speakers i got are Panasonics TS-A16755,seemed for me the way to go for my needs,it's my beater Lude. Kevin, what are your thoughts on my backup lights, the sensor got replaced with a new one, and now the backup lights stay on in any gear. I did read maybe the aftermarket are a tad long and may need more spacers or maybe the mechanic didn't put a spacer in. I looked in the shop manual and didn't find a solution,any ideas. Thanks Kevin.

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    '91 Si 4ws 5spd(black) "Black Betty"
    '70 'Cuda 340 C.I.D. Alpine White, Black Vynil Top, Leather Interior, Rim Blow, Overhead Consolette. Factory Posi 3.55:1, 15" ralleyes, --Fully Loaded and Extremely Rare!


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