Is it possible for the ECU to have a single defect with the car continuing to operate? POSSIBLE? Yes. PROBABLE No. The actual defect rate for vehicle onboard computers is EXTREMELY RARE. If a mechanic is telling you this, run the other way. However, a sensor that sends the computer its data can be defective; or, defective only at times, working OK at other times. Get another evaluation and DO NOT SAY ANYTHING ABOUT THE FIRST DIAGNOSIS. Don't help them in any way. Let them analyze the problem without input from you. DON'T KEEP ANY PAPERWORK FROM OTHER EVALUATIONS IN YOUR GLOVE COMPARTMENT. THAT'S ONE OF THE PLACES THEY LOOK TO SEE IF YOU WENT TO ANOTHER SHOP. THEY KNOW A HIGH-COST REPAIR WILL SEND YOU TO THEM -- AND THEY KNOW YOU ARE FAR MORE LIKELY TO SPEND YOUR MONEY AT THE LAST PLACE YOU ARE AT, RATHER THAN TAKE YOUR CAR BACK TO THE FIRST PLACE.
The engine control module is required for the engine to operate and can not be bypassed.
The H22 is a high-performance engine that debuted in 1993 as an engine for the Honda Prelude VTEC. This was a signature engine worldwide until the end of production for the prelude in 2001.
The 1986 Honda prelude 2.0 Si has a A20a3.
If the engine on the Santa Fe is missing, then the cruise control will not operate properly. The engine will have to run properly before the cruise can be fixed.
A 1994 Honda Prelude S would not have a VTEC engine in it (assuming it has the original engine in it). It should have the F22A1 in it which is SOHC and Non-VTEC.
Considering there were five generations of the Honda Prelude, this question needs to be more specific. The Prelude lineup featured a variety of engines over the years of different engine families, ranging from 1.8L to 2.3L The fifth generation Prelude (1997-2001) featured a 2.2L DOHC VTEC engine rated for appr. 195-200bhp. The fourth generation Prelude (1992-1996) featured two different engine families, the "H" engine and the "F" engine. The "H" engine in the 4th gen is a DOHC design, the 2.2L variant having VTEC, featured in the VTEC trim and being rated for 180bhp-190bhp at the end of the generation. The 2.3L "H" engine was DOHC but did not feature VTEC, was found in the SI trim, and rated for 160bhp. Finally, the basic level trim featured the 2.2L SOHC "F" engine, which also did not include VTEC. The "F" engine in the 4th gen Prelude is rated for 125hp. If you want more information on the older Prelude, or Prelude engine options outside of the USDM, check wikipedia as the Prelude article is maintained by dedicated Prelude enthusiasts.
Yes, however the procedure will involve a lot of customization.
it is under the cruise control servo on the front driver side engine bay. kindof a pain.
Provided they both share an h22a or f22a engine they should be a perfect match!
You could, but because the '94 Prelude is heavier than the '89 Prelude, it doesn't make sense to swap in a smaller powered motor.
yes they are the same the 2.0 l4 fuel injected
How can I check the ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE (ECT) sensor on my 1991 HONDA PRELUDE SI 2.1L
Yes, All H and F series engines are interchangeable.
Yes. The H22a and H23a motors can interchange transmissions.
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In the connector for the upper radiator house (on the engine).
definitely the h22 engine from it's older brother prelude. is the best engine with 200hp stock. most of the people who have done that says that the prelude engine H22A1 will fit direct bolt in in any 90-97 Honda accord engine bay.
Max rpm / redline (often they are actually different) is not based on the car but on the engine. Prelude S (F22A1 engine) max rpm: 6250-ish Prelude VTEC (H22A engine) Redline: 7200/7600 rpm Max rpm: 7400/8000 rpm Preludes from 92- were delivered with the following engine options F20A, F22A, H23A, H22A.
No they can not operate in outer space.
No. EK chassis Civics utilize D and B family engines. 4th Gen Preludes utilize F and H family engines. While it is possible (although difficult) to put a Prelude engine in a Civic, there is both no straightforward method and no logical reason to put a Civic engine in a Prelude.
The starter on the 1989 Honda Prelude is located on the left side of the engine. It is under the radiator hose that is at the rear of the radiator.