answersLogoWhite
Honda Prelude
Water Pumps
Honda Prelude SI

How do you replace the water pump on a 1995 Honda Prelude?

565758

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2015-07-15 20:05:33
2015-07-15 20:05:33

Te water pump is located in the timing belt area, behind the timing covers. it's ran off the timing belt it self. The timing belt and balncer belt must be removed.(both belts and tensioners should be replaced at the same time due to access and the fact you have to remove them anyways) get a haynes Book it will give you the proper removal procedures NOTE: ---VERY IMPORTANT---- the timing must be kept in spec 100% or SEVERE damage to your engine will happen!! Every thing MUST be at TDC(top dead center) Crank/cam gears/balncer shafts. get the haynes for more info and have fun and do it right! =)

1

Related Questions

User Avatar

Yes Honda made a Prelude in 1995 with a DOHC VTEC engine. VTECH makes cordless phones and toys.

User Avatar

If you're talking about the headlight itself, and not the bulb, no it will not swap between a Fit and Prelude.

User Avatar

A low oil level can cause the oil light to blink on a 1995 Honda Prelude. A faulty sensor can also cause this.

User Avatar

That means your car overheated and you blew a head gasket. It happened to my 1995 prelude.

User Avatar

The fuel tank capacity is 15.9 gallons for the 4th gen (1992-96) Honda Prelude.

User Avatar

If it is a Manual transmission you do not have a dipsticks.

User Avatar

4 cyl 2.2L MFI (found in 22% of 1995 Prelude)-----5 QUARTS------------------- 4 cyl 2.2L MFI VTEC DOHC (found in 13% of 1995 Prelude)----5 QUARTS---- 4 cyl 2.3L MFI DOHC (found in 65% of 1995 Prelude)-----4 1/2 QUARTS---

User Avatar

Yes, the fourth generation prelude should have identical hoods regardless of the year. Call your local dealer or consult a OEM parts vendor to make sure the parts numbers match.

User Avatar

How do replace the ignition switch on 1995 Honda Civic EX with a manual tranny. I was wondering if it is pretty much the same as the 1995 Accord.

User Avatar

Try twisting it and then get a manual for it. Try Chiltons or Haynes.

User Avatar

I want to say it's about 12.5 gallons

User Avatar

I assume by the question that you have a bad ECU, and want to replace it with a used one from the junkyard. I, myself, managed to take an ECU out of a 1995 Honda Prelude S and it runs without a problem in my 1991 Accord. The 1990 to 1993 Accords share the same motor as the 1995 Honda Prelude S, so the computers are interchangeable. Also, you might want to check what engine you have. If you have the F22A6, then the computers are NOT interchangeable.

User Avatar

how to replace a clock spring in a 95 honda civic ex

User Avatar

they would fit but your car would run rich because the 90 prelude is a 2.0 the other one is a 2.2 or a 2.3

User Avatar

take it to your nearest Honda dealer

User Avatar

Stardard sport rim size 15" typre 205 55R15

User Avatar

Yes, it will fit with some minor modification. Other popular swaps are the h22a1, h22a4, h22a and h23.

User Avatar

yes it is i drive a 1995 prelude H22B SI automatic the kick down can go 2 gears down very fast and with 160 hp you don't get bored

User Avatar

depends on chassis weight as well....whats a prelude weight?

User Avatar

To replace the alternator on a 1995 Honda Civic disconnect the battery. Disconnect the wiring from the alternator. Loosen the adjustment bracket so the belt has slack. Remove the alternator belt along with the mounting hardware. Pull the alternator and replace it.

User Avatar

it is above the oil tank. When under the car, looking at the oil drain valve it is above that.

User Avatar

Replacing the water pump on a 1995 Honda Civic requires removal of the timing belt and several other engine components, along with draining the coolant system. Once all the components are removed the mounting bolts on the water pump need to come off. The pump will then be able to be replaced.


Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.