It seems you don't. I'm trying to do the same with my '94. It is a hydraulic clutch, so you should check the fluid reservoir first and top off if necessary. Location should be in owner's manual, but is under the hood, right in front of the driver in mine. It is near the power brake fluid reservoir and uses the same fluid -- DOT 3 or 4. After that, the next step would be to bleed the system, which you would do at the slave cylinder, which I can't find. .
'90 Honda Accord will start but shut off. What could this problem be?
Is it stalling? If not, dont worry about it, your fine. My 90 accord does that everyonce in a while but continues to run.
Most likely. It fits in a 90 Honda Accord.
No, the only transmission that fits exactly is a 94-97 Accord. The 90-93 Accord can be used, but you will need the 90-93 flywheel. Chuck
No, they are not interchangable.
yes it should they are both 4th gen accords
On a 90-93 Honda Accord you can adjust the idle with a screwdriver. On the throttle body there is a screw on the top left above the intake duct. Just adjust until idle is in correct range (usually around 700)
passenger side foot panel
Capacities on the Honda 90-93 4.0 qt
135/90-15 on the 4 cylinder LX.
It means there is a problem with the transmission. Seek out a trusted professional for repair.
Don't do that. It is a major mistake to do that. The air bag is a safety device . 90 Accord Does not have an air bag