The answer is compicated. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual (Haynes Manual is very good) for your car. They cost about $16.00. Or, go to a Public Library and check-out the manual. Consider changing the water pump, the camshaft's seal and crankshaft's front oil seal since you have to go remove the timing belt to replace the WP and seals anyway. Here are the BASICS (see manual) for an '87 SI:Disconnect negative side of battery. Drain coolant. Jack up front. Remove left wheel. Jack up engine (slightly) and unbolt engine mount. Remove spark plugs and accessory belts. Set #1 cylinder to Top Dead Center(TDC). Remove cruise control. Remove upper timing belt cover. Remove alternator and bracket. Check for clearance around A/C compressor(may have to remove). Remove crankshaft pulley. Remove water pump pulley (8&12 valve only). Remove lower timing belt cover. (After timing belt installed, the install is reverse of this paragraph). The water pump and seals (mentioned above) would now be changed. The timing belt is then carefully installed without moving the cam or crankshaft. Several small details in the book need to be followed for installing the timing belt. Well, that's an overview. The manual is a must -- you can't afford to mess this up because it will PERMANENTLY DAMAGE engine parts if you don't do EVERYTHING JUST RIGHT! Obviously, the main cost of having a shop change the belt is in the labor. So if you do it yourself, do it right and plan on at least two days.
The 1986 Honda Prelude does not have a clutch cable. The 1986 Prelude has a hydraulic clutch instead of the clutch cable.
The 1986 Honda prelude 2.0 Si has a A20a3.
my Honda prelude 1986 si wants to cut off after its warmed up . any sugestions on what ot could be
is inside the alternater
inside the trunk?
You need to replace the entire headlight. Only remove the screws that hold the trim in place. Don't back out the adjustment screws.
On the crossbars of the steering wheel.
Make sure your computer has no viruses
the dashes are pretty similar but some of the plugs are different.
Programed Fuel Injection
They do if it is an automatic transmission. The Prelude (except Si) has the same manual transmission as well. The Prelude Si has a slightly different manual transmission, but it will still fit into a 1986-1989 Accord.
its like my 91 Prelude 5 speed transmission is stuck in 2 gears.It is wielded.
the best swap would be a JDM vtec 2.2 liter. you can get a 2.2 liter vtec out of something like a 2001 Honda prelude but you would have to do the wiring harness
Most vehicle manufacturers now put the regulator inside the alternator.
This is the most gramatically incorrect question ever, but I belive the Corlolla is faster on a racetrack.
Replace water pump for an 1986 Chevy Nova?
Yes Actually they can have either. The "S" models are carbs. The "Si" models are fuel injected.
add an air intake and full exhaust system if you havent yet done that
on top of oil filter plate it has one wire
The computer on a 1986 Honda Prelude Si can be upgraded but the harness will need to be updated as well. This is done using a wire harness conversion kit. The kit will allow for a tunable ECU.
The alternator on a 1986 Honda Civic is located in front of the engine. Unplug the battery and remove the alternator belt. Loosen the alternator bracket and remove the plug to the alternator. Replace the unit.
86 prelude pcv locationThe 1986 1987 Honda prelude pcv valve is in the middle under the intake. It has a hose running through an opening on the intake. It is only accessible by removing the intake. The intake is very hard to remove in the carbecause the bottom bolts are so hard to get to.
why the fu*k would you want to....it has 110hp!?!?!?!?!? Thank you someone with a brain, if you want power get a B16A2 or type R.
I know for sure that the 87 accord does and I think that all Honda cars have tis feature