i really really dont know
how do i change my timing belt on my honda?
How do you replace the fuel pump Honda prelude 1992
I'm not sure what you mean here...are you wondering what tire size is on a 1992 Honda Prelude? Or, how do you get to the spare tire? Or, how do you remove a tire?
Where is the oil sending unit on a 1992 Honda Prelude? This car is with my son at college 200 miles away from our house.
It's located in the oil pan on the timing belt side of the engine - at the bottom of the block.
1342 on the 2.3L
The easiest answer to this question is "www.installdr.com", there is a complete .pdf including diagrams on how to install the stereo for a 1992 prelude.
Yes, but it will involve modification to the body of the car. Check Prelude forums, the modification has been done and documented in detail.
under the distributor!
Yes, the 1992-96 Honda Preludes have interference motors.
This car was not delivered with a carburetor so there is no such sticker for the 4th gen Prelude.
I have 92 prelude. I have been tracking the mileage for 500 miles at 26.6 mpg.
A 1992 Honda Prelude is ( front wheel drive )
Just below the intake manifold.
I have a '90, my timing belt went at 90,000 miles. the guy at the garage said you should change it at 65,000-70,000
The 1992 - 1996 Honda Prelude Oil Capacities...S series, 5.2 quarts.... Si ( 2ws) 5.7 quarts...VTEC, 6.2 quarts with filter change.
I presume you mean V-TEC: Varirable Timing and Lifter Electronic Control. That's easy. Under the hood of an 1992 Acura Integra or 1992 Honda Prelude.
Dot 3 or Dot 4
this engine has a belt drive timing system
The fuel tank capacity is 15.9 gallons for the 4th gen (1992-96) Honda Prelude.
Honda Prelude 1979-1991 have the same bolt pattern so they will "fit". Then it just depends on the width of the wheel and the offset (the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the plane of the hub-mounting surface of the wheel). Honda Prelude 1992+ wheels will not fit.
To set timing correctly on a 1992 Honda Civic the distributor must be installed at the right angle. Install the distributor at the correct degrees to ensure the timing is set properly.