1989 Honda Prelude 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 153, 00 miles
On my 89 Prelude 2.0si FI there are some low pressure lines going to an adapter of some kind on the trans where the speedo cable connects. The lines come from a double TEE above the rack in back of the trans, and some low pressure PS lines connect there. I don't know why the PS lines connect there but there must be some kind of internal leak because the PS fluid is ending up in the tranny. Is the manual trans cooled by the PS fluid internally? The double Tee also connects directly to a line from the main part of the rack where the high pressure line connects, and one line from the trans adapter looks like it connects via these lines to the front cooler in a round about way I guess. It's difficult to trace all these lines in such a small place. Is there any chart I can get to make sure all these lines are properly connected. This car has alwayd had a PS leak, sometimes more than others at different times. Sometimes it went weeks without leaking. I finally got the rack changed and now it uses almost a quart in 2 days. This is crazy, I gotta get this right, This is turning out to be one complicated car. Thanks for any help!
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009 AT 2:31 PM