The 1986 Honda CRX already has a 1.5.
No not the bumpers.
You can get an oem denso pump at rockauto.com for just over 100$
yes they do
Under the passenger seat
On my 1984 CRX the dipstick is underneath the battery. I had to take the battery out to check it.
Honda produced the CRX from 1983 to 1991. Honda is releasing a car in 2011 called the CR-Z, it is a hybrid remake of the CRX. Check it out!
depends on the trim
Around 34 mpg on the highway.
Should be beside the battery.
I believe the crx si came with a d series engine, unless it was a jdm crx. basically if your crx has a single over head cam motor ( SOHC ) then it is D series which means no your crx tranny can not bolt up to an integra. Since integras are all B series engines or Dual over head cam ( DOHC ) usuall the b18a1 or b1 unless gsr .
Civic Racing eXperiment = CRX
No, the 1988 was a brand new design and none of the body panels carried over from 1987.
I know on the 89 CRX HF the MAP sensor is located on the firewall. Look for the 3 pin. Should have a white wire, green/white(-), and yellow/red(+)
88-91 Crx parts will not fit on a 86 crx. The 86 Crx has wider lights.
This depends on the fluid. You might try asking a more specific question.
Nothing, go buy a Chevy and put a Corvette engine in it.
If by CRX you mean an 84-91 CRX then no. They have a cable clutch, however the del sol aka CRX del sol does.
84 CRX ??? help me here CRX went 88 to 91/92 then came Del Sol CRX???
Is there gas in it? if it runs for a few seconds make sure there is fuel in it