Yes, It will fit a 90-93
The gap for a 1993 Acura Integra is 0.44. Use a gapping tool.
Replace your thermostat.
no the 1993 acura integra headlights will not fit the 1995 integra, 90-93 acura integra are more of a rectangle shape as to where in the 1994-2001 integras except the type r, have round head lights
No, 90-93 was cable operated, 94-up was hydraulic.
counter clock wise
It will not work. A 1993 Honda Accord has a 4x114.3mm bolt pattern. A 1997 Acura Integra has a 4x100mm bolt pattern.
The furthest i went was 32 miles.
1-3-4-2 in a clockwise rotation... = 1993 Acura Integra 1.8 liter DOHC L4 =
mine is a 90-93 integra p195 60 r14 i think all integras are this size though at stock
Yes it should. Im 99% sure it will. you might want to double check the part number to see for sure. i have a 1990 Acura integra and i have used many parts from integras from 1990- 1993.
there really isnt. a 90-93 integra has the b18a1 engine and the 94-95 integras have the b18b1 engine. the only difference is some small wiring differences and sensors that were added to the 94-95 integras
It is probably the throw out bearing going bad. You have to remove the transmission from the bottom to replace it. Replace the clutch, pilot bearing, and throw out bearing and have the flywheel resurfaced.
No it's too long do not use save your self the headache use only da 90-93 integra
RS, LS, GS: 126 lbs-ft. @ 5000 rpm GS-R: 117 lbs-ft. @ 7000 rpm per Acura
That engine would fit any Honda civic 88-00 with the right motor mounts, and will fit right in into any other Acura integra
You remove the old one and replace it with the new one.
ya its always 90 to 93
distributor or main relay
anything is possilble but the only thing is that if u have the money and time to do this type of project
integra DA is just the "code name" i guess you can say of a 90-93 integra. for example, DC2 is for 94-01 integra, DC5 is for the RSX....etc....
I own a '93 GS and if it's anything like mine (and from what I understand, the fuel pump location for Integra is fairly universal) it's inside the gas tank underneath the back seat. You need to remove the rear seat to get to it.
its in the fuel tank