that is a very large question. i like to remove engine and transmission as an assmebly. dont make the job harder than ness. dont just tear ass. most all wiring will unplug at major connections. leaving the enginge wiring intact and on the engine. easier to swap to new engine in the open and not in the engine bay. also easier to wrestle transmission alignment in the open. and surprise, you can get to all of the bolts. it may seem like more work but is not . hastle is a big factor in a big job and this will cut down on that.
You should purchase a CHILTON or HAYNES maintenance manual. They will show you how to do it.
As well as disconnecting all the wiring, hoses, and belts from above, you will also have to remove the two drive axles for the front wheels.
A Ignition coil diagram for 1991 2.2 Honda accord
Yes , the 2.2 L - 4 cylinder engine in a 1991 Honda Accord is an interferance engine ( according to www . gates . com - no spaces - they manufacture timing belts etc. )
no totally different engine, and engine bay lay out. Smaller engine (civic) cant cool a bigger engine (accord)
it is an interference engine, so get you timing belt changed
The motor in a 1991 Accord is interchangeable with the engine in a 1992 Accord. They are only slightly different but will still interchange with no problems.
Curb weight 2,822 lb of a 1991 Honda accord
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