The 1996 Honda Accord is an interference engine so in almost every case you will have valve and possibly piston damage if the cam belt breaks.
The 1996 Honda Accord engine is fuel injected and has no carburetor.
On the engine.
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! This is an interference engine and cam belt must be replaced every 90,000 miles.
The timing belt for a 1996 Honda is on the front of the engine. It is located behind the timing cover.
Yes! This is an interference engine and damage to the valves, head, pistons, is likely if the belt breaks. Replace the belt at 90,000 miles.
the a/c relay location in a 1996 Honda accord
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The check engine light may be flashing on a 1996 Honda Accord if a timing issue is detected or oil pressure is low. The exact cause can be determined by connecting an OBDII code reader.
Where is the heater blower fan located 1996 honda accord?
Yes. Honda likes to use the same part in as many things as possible. This engine is also used in Honda's outboards.
where do you add the transmission fluid in a 1996 Honda accord 4 cylinderAnswerwhere do you add the transmission fluid in a 1996 Honda accord 4 cylinder
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.
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Is a 1996 mercury tracer 1.9 a interference engine?
should be non interference