With difficulty! However, I have done it and it is possible. Jack the front of the vehicle up and put it on stands. Remove the left front wheel and remove the plastic splash panals on the inside of the fender well, they are connected with plastic retainers. Behind them is the crankshaft pulley. There are two belts on it, if you have Power Steering, one if not. Next, from the topside, loosen both the alternator and the power steering pump. They are adjusted with a bolt on the bottom, engine, side. You will know the one because it is in a groove. When tension is off, simply remove the belt from the pully and let it drop down past the engine and pull it off from below. Install in reverse order, lowering the new belt down from the top and guiding it into place on the crankshaft pulley from the wheel well. Inside belt goes to the alternator and outside to the PS pump. CHANGE BOTH BELTS AT THE SAME TIME. You don't want to do this again soon! It's possible to do it from the top without removing the splash panal but is very difficult due to the tight space. Good luck!
timing belts on Honda and acura motors should be changed every 70,000 miles, otherwise you run the risk of the belt breaking and bending valves
No it will not.
Let me know if you have found out the answer to this question i need to disarm my 1990 Honda civic also
Yes , it is ( according to Gates - they manufacture timing belts etc. )
What size gas tank does the 1990 Honda Civic Hatchback have?" i have a 1990 civic and i have never been able to put in more than 10 gal.
what is code 14 in Honda civic 1990
You have to drop the transmission pan.
The starter of a 1990 Honda Civic is located on top of the transmission housing. There are two bolts mounting the starter to the transmission.
NO, they have two completely different motors.
Try looking at the workshop manual http://manualfile.com/Automotive/Honda/honda-civic-1988-1990-workshop-manual.html
they might need a little modification, but probably not much.
You can find a 1990 Honda Civic SI wiring diagram in the car's owner's manual. You can also check with local auto stores.
My 1990 Honda civic LX took 2 pounds of refrigerant when i got it refilled from completely empty.
The average is 10,000 - 15,000 a year. I was a Honda Mech for years. Just make sure the timing belt was changed if over 70,000-80,000 miles.
Most Honda's use an internal filter that is non-serviceable and can only be accessed by removing the transmission. Just change the fluid and forget the filter.
No. The Prelude has a B20A5 motor. The civic will have a D-series tranny. They will not interchange (B and D series parts do not interchange).
with hand and tools...
How do you adjust the kickdown cable on a Honda Civic 2000 ex
The coolant capacity of a 1990 Honda Civic is 7 quarts or just under 2 gallons. It uses a mixture of anti-freeze and water at a 50/50 ratio.
Yes. They are the same model
there are two kinds of timing marks. one is for ignition timing and one for valve timing.
Everything! Its a honda, Get a ford!
its part of the exhaust system