I would say yes....I believe they started with fuel injection in 1987. One way to tell for sure is to open your hood....if there is no carburator,it is fuel injected.
Actually the preludes were fuel injected before hand. my prelude 2.0Si is an 86' and its fuel injected and also the first year to introduce PRGFM or PGFM something or the other. its programed fuel management. i get 35 mpg on the highway.
How do i take the fuel filter off my honda prelude si 1989
yes they are the same the 2.0 l4 fuel injected
the SI is not carborated it is fuel injected.
Yes Actually they can have either. The "S" models are carbs. The "Si" models are fuel injected.
The DX has the 1.8 liter dual carb engine whereas the Si has the 2.o litre fuel injected engine.
those years it was either or. what is the letters after the car usual si means injected. hope that helps. I have a 1989 Honda Accord LXI it is fuel injected
I have a 1989 prelude si and im pretty sure there 15s
The answer is no. The fuel-injected engine from your 1987 Accord is a direct-fit into a 1985-1987 Prelude Si, but will not fit into a 1988 or newer Prelude due to a completely different engine and transmission being used. The wiring harnesses and ECU will also be very different.
on the 2.0 si and the 4w si
Yes you can, you are going to need a lot of parts off of the donar car, you will need the entire fuel system off of the 89 SI, fuel pump, also wiring harness for the dash and for the engine
If it's an Si model yes. some models came with a twin carby
The si models have a B20A5 fuek injected engine with 16 valve DOHC and the basic S model has a B20a3 carbureted engine with 12 valve SOHC
should be fuel injection (SI sequential injection) Most Hondas made up until about 1988 were carbureted, at which point they all switched to fuel injection. (The main difference then was whether they used dual point injection or multipoint injection...the Si models used multipoint.) Prior to 1988, you could tell if a Honda sport model was carbureted by the model designation. "S" was used for the sport models that were carbureted (S = Sport), while "Si" stood for the sport models that were fuel injected (Si = Sport Injected). A prime example was the Prelude, which offered a twin-carb version called the "S" and a fuel injected version of the same car called "Si." This naming strategy was common in the 80s with other manufacturers as well. Take, for instance, the Merkur XR4Ti. The "T" stood for "Turbocharged" while the "i" stood for fuel "injection," in the same was that the "i" stands for fuel injection on Honda Si models.
This is a very involved procedure, that is too complex to post here. Go to any auto parts store and purchase a repair manual for you ride. There you will find detailed instructions. Cost around $12
On the fire wall. Behind the motor.
Preferably, as the 4th (and 5th generation for that matter) Honda Preludes are fuel-injected, it's suggested that they take in 91 octane or higher.
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.
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.
I found it emptied the trunk two round shape caps took it off under the drivers side panel easy fix.
It should be under the dash and takes 5 mins to swap out, matushita RZ-XXXX it is called the "main relay" which does both the fuel pump and ignition. Assuming this is fuel injected. Just replaced mine in my 86 Si and it fixed problems with the pump not coming on all the time when starting. $70 from the dealer.
6200 rpm max
A 1989 Prelude SI FI that will not start in the mornings until you keep trying could mean that your air filter needs to be replaced. A dirty air filter could result in starting problems.