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 . )
1993 honda accord is obd1 not obd2
Yes it does interchange. 1990-1993 Accords have the same camshaft pulley (or cog).
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.