Yes. It is the same car.
No it will not interchange. You need an Accord transmission from a 1990-1993.
Ok, you have a 1993 Honda Accord. Have a question.
With the stock Civic engine, no. If you swap the Accord engine in, yes. The swap involves notching or bashing in your frame rails or machining the crank pulley and a myriad of other things however. No
The valve adjustment specs on a 1993 Accord are as follows Intake-0.0008 to 0.0018 inch Exhaust-0.0022 to 0.0031 inch these specs are for the 1993 Accord ONLY!! if you have a 1990-1992 these specifications change.
Fit, maybe, but run correctly no. The 1993 is OBD1 & the 1996 is OBD2. Look for a 1996 engine and make sure you get a VTEC if that is what the 1996 is equipped with.
( Yes ) , the 2.2 liter - 4 cylinder engine in a 1993 Honda Accord ( IS an interference engine ) according to Gates ( they make timing belts etc . )
Yes it does interchange. 1990-1993 Accords have the same camshaft pulley (or cog).
1993 honda accord is obd1 not obd2
With modifications probably - - but the CR-V was powered by the Civic engine that year and would probably be under-powered for the larger Accord.
There are several vacuum lines on a 1993 Honda Accord. Each vacuum lines delivers air to different parts of the engine.
The 1993 oxygen sensor is the best sensor for a 1993 Honda Accord EX.
they are thermostaticly run.
can someone help me i need to know how to set the timer on a 1993 Honda accord
The 1993 Honda Accord used a F-series engine. The transmission will easily and safely bolt into the 1996 model as it uses the same type of engine.
1992 Accord EX 2.2 liter, should be the same though. 54lbs..seems a bit much for an aluminum block but its correct.
The 1993 Honda Accord low side Freon fill port will be on the air conditioner compressor. The air conditioner compressor will be on the left-hand side of the engine.
A 1993 Honda Accord automatic transmission requires 2.5 quarts of fluid.
1990 thru 1993 are all the same.
In most cases you can but it mostly depends on what motor you have in your 1992. I cant say for sure but i think there d-series motors, and if in fact that's the case in your car then as long as the 1990 or 1993 transmissions were on a d-series motor then it should be fine
Remove backup fuse from underhood fuse box
The 1993 Honda accord, I believe, does NOT have CD Player. It only have cassette and radio player.