Hello, all. As many of you might be aware, the 92 Civic I drive(see sig), has a clutch that is on the way out. Currently, I'm working to get in a position to handle this. I do have an interest in learning more about what is going on with this car. I feel like the engine and transmission are working just fine, I still get 40 MPG and it only consumes about 1 quart every 3,000 miles or so now approaching 257,000 miles. The issue is that the idle has become more 'uneven' and to the point of lugging/feeling as if the engine is choking/sputtering occasionally at idle, especially if there is added electrical load such as when the A/C on or cooling fans cutting on. This happens more often after driving the car hard or idling with the engine hot. Could a worn out clutch affect idle in any way? The Input Shaft Bearing makes noise at idle and needs replacement when the clutch kit is put in, if that could contribute to things here. The 'idle speed' is supposed to be set for life on this car, the throttle cable is fine. There is a small leak beginning at the clutch pedal as the master cylinder for the clutch hydraulics is beginning to fail internally. It's the only things I 'know' about on the vehicle. If any other maintenance related questions are needed, please ask. Trying to track down the symptoms for this car and whether it's all in my head or not.