Dear Honda owner,
Valve cover leak? I assume you are refering to an external oil leak from the valve cover, replace the gasket, be sure the new gasket set comes with spark plug seals.
there are actually 4 injectors on a Honda prelude if its a four cylinder car and are located behind the valve cover if looking under your hood looks like a rail with 4 points toward the valve cover. jenny
It's going to be off the valve cover(s) one or the other. Plugged right into it.
It should be on top of the valve cover on the driver side right where you add oil. The oil cap is at the end of the valve cover towards the back of the engine and the pcv valve is on the same valve cover but towards the front of the engine. It sticks out of the valve cover just like the the oil cap does. I have the exact same year and model car as you and that's where mine is located at.
If you have done a compression check the next step is to take off valve cover and look.
no, but having a vacuum leak at the power booster will. IF so, you will have to replace the booster.
No, the 88 and 93 are a different chassis.
An 88 Honda trx 350 should have a set of points and a condenser under a side cover on the engine. If the points do not work properly of the condenser is bad then there will be no power going into the coil and there wont be a spark.
Its on the rear of the passenger side valve cover if's it's a V8. Remove the doghouse and you will find the vacuum connection for the PCV on the very rear of the intake plenum. Follow the hose down to the PCV valve.
The standard 98 hp engine has a carburetor. The optional 16 valve SOHC 120 hp engine was fuel injected.
I believe that it is right on top of the valve cover, a (little short 90 degree hose) goes directly to the air cleaner. It comes out forward of the air cleaner.
Which one? There are three. The battery ground runs from the negative pole on the battery to somewhere on the chassis. There's one on the transmission, and the one for the engine runs between the valve cover and the plate the hood striker is in. Which one? There are three. The battery ground runs from the negative pole on the battery to somewhere on the chassis. There's one on the transmission, and the one for the engine runs between the valve cover and the plate the hood striker is in.
Top center of valve coverIt has a large hose on it that connects to the intake manifold. To remove it, roll a rag and place it next to the PCV valve, use a pair of pliers to grab the bung and use the rag as a fulcrum to pop the valve out of the grommet. When the valve is removed, remove the grommet from the valve cover and replace both. Its beside the air filter casing and on top of the valve cover on the 88 22R. i used a set of needle nose to get it out and only my fingers for the hose retainer.
Any 88-91 Honda Civic.
No it does not. I have an 88.
No, the 88 is the 3rd generation and the 92 is the 4th generation.
Loosen bolts remove cover... start bolts make sure gasket is in the proper place and snug the bolts down.
Generally you will find a PCV valve somewhere on one of the valve covers, with a hose the connects to it.
You have to fabricate fittings to splice into the fuel line at the fuel filter so as to install a fuel pressure gauge. Not uncommon to do with older vehicles.
Drivers side is easy passenger side is tough and you must remove the top of the intake to do this. Just the top not the whole thing.
I have an 88 Honda prelude and my computer is located under the carpet on the passenger side.
# Idle speed incorrect # Fuel filter clogged and/or water and impurities in fuel system # Distributor components damp or damaged # Faulty emissions system components # Faulty or incorrectly gapped spark plugs # Faulty spark plug wires # Vacuum leak in the fuel injection system # Valve clearances incorrectly set
inside the fuel tank
possible leak in heater core.