Yes, they should be interchangeable.
Why do you want to put an OBD0 distributor in a OBD1 motor?
No. For the most part, Civic and Accord parts are not interchangeable.
Many parts are interchangeable between a 1992 and 1995 Honda Civic, but always consult a qualified automotive mechanic before trying to use these parts.
Yes the two transmissions are interchangeable.
How do you replace a radiator on a 1991 Honda Accord
yes, as long as the 1992 accord is also an automatic
no their 2 diffrent body styles
Honda civics engines and trannys are interchangeable. you could even put an acura integra motor into a Honda civic. the only one you may have a little trouble with is the prelude motor. from what ive learned, as long as there both the 4 cylinder, then they have the same motor mounts. so, you could swap your 90 motor with a 2000 k-20 from a Honda civic si. which the only thing is i think the shift linkage, because its a 6speed. yes, it interchanges. but you got a lot more options than that.
Yes. If it has the same type of motor as from the car you got the transmission from.
No. The gas and diesel transmissions are not interchangeable.
What why would you want to put an older motor into a newer car? And are you sure this is from a 1991 sounds like a 1992 motor.
It is located on the blower motor housing and is white in color. You have to take the blower motor assembly out as far as I know to get to it.
1988-1991 Honda 300 2wd is different. All other models 1992-2000 2wd, and 1988-2000 4wd are all the same. The early year 300 2wd's had a different frame configuration on the front end.
The 1992 Honda CR250 was a part of the KZ3 model line, which lasted from 1989-2003. A crankshaft from a 1992 model should fit a 1991 model without any problems then.
While this is for a 1992 Honda Civic, I've been told it is the same for a 1991 model. http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/Electrical_and_Wiring_F6/FUSE_BOX_DIAGRAM_FOR_92_HONDA_CIVIC_P3020/
Yeah, it will fit. But the 1991 civic sohc 1.5 transmission is cable and the 1992-1995 transmission is hydraulic. So yeah it will fit no it will not work with out doing other work. Also The speed sensor is cable in the 1991 and the 1992-1995 is electronic,.....so more work.
That would all depend on what model you are refering too. 1991 and 1992 Mazda 323 parts are all interchangable (there may be a few exceptions). If your refering to another model, someone else will have to address that aspect.
In general, many of the 1990 through 1993 parts are interchangeable on the Subaru Legacys. But your best source would be a 1991 Subaru Legacy, followed by a 1990 Subaru Legacy. Verify the bolt patters before purchasing from 1992 or 1993.
Honda Prelude 1979-1991 have the same bolt pattern so they will "fit". Then it just depends on the width of the wheel and the offset (the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the plane of the hub-mounting surface of the wheel). Honda Prelude 1992+ wheels will not fit.
In most cases you can but it mostly depends on what motor you have in your 1992. I cant say for sure but i think there d-series motors, and if in fact that's the case in your car then as long as the 1990 or 1993 transmissions were on a d-series motor then it should be fine