Technically, you can't, unless you're have a certificate to purchase and handle Freon-12, which is what the '89s had in their AC system. My advice would be to convert to the new coolant, which can be found just about anywhere. Your local auto part store, and even big department store ending in 'Mart' should have kits that convert to 134.
A 1989 Honda Accord has a timing belt.
There was not a 1999 Honda Accord LXi made. Do you have a 1989 Honda Accord LXi?
yes but why?.......
NOPE, THEY ARE TOTALLY DIFFERENT.
The flasher for the 1989 Honda accord is located above the steering column. To activate it shift it to the right.
How to change the alternator in a 1989 Honda accord lx
No, they are different.
No, Not without customization.
The Honda Accord.
What is your question? You have not asked a question or provided enough information for an answer to be given. The 1989 Honda Accord contains no Freon. It contains R134a refrigerant.
It is important to know the location of the car parts in a car. The horn of a 1989 Honda Accord is located behind the steering wheel.?æ
The 1989 Accord had 120 H.P. The carbureted engine has 98 h.p. while the lx-i has 120.
There are several things that can cause your 1989 Honda Accord to stall on acceleration. The most common cause is a plugged or dirty air filter.
i wouldn't do it, it can be done with alot of money and time and modifications, but not worth it.
The answer is Yes.
Propping the hood of a 1989 Honda Accord will allow driver to see the whole engine bay. The transmission is on the left and sticking upwards from it's housing will be the dipstick.