The 88Prelude doesn't have a restart button. If you are turning the key and nothing happens except for the dash lights coming on, the problem is usually in one of these three areas: The Ignition Switch, The Neutral Safety Switch (which is located on the clutch pedal on standard transmissions and on the shifter on automatics), or the Starter itself. To test this, pull the small wire off the starter (it just plugs in), connect a test light to the wire, and turn the ignition switch all the way to start. If the test light lights up, you need a starter. If it doesn't, you need to reconnect the wire and have a professional look at the system.
No, the 88 and 93 are a different chassis.
if it has a S on it, it is like sport mode it keeps you in a lower gear
I have an 88 Honda prelude and my computer is located under the carpet on the passenger side.
where is the fuel pump cutoff relay located in a honda 88 prelude?
The 88 Prelude does not use a dual timing belt. It has a single timing belt
what does the botton marked s3 s4 do?
I just went through that exact problem with my 88 prelude, it was the ignition cylinder.
87 is a 2nd generation and 88 is third generation prelude....they are completely different cars
no parts for a 89 go thru years 88 thru 91
there are actually 4 injectors on a Honda prelude if its a four cylinder car and are located behind the valve cover if looking under your hood looks like a rail with 4 points toward the valve cover. jenny
12 gallons. 88, 89, 90, and 91 all have a 12 gallon fuel tank.
88 HONDA accord do not have a fuel pump reset button. If you replaced the fuel pump and still not getting fuel on your carburetor replace your fuel pump relay.
yes, the parts are interchangeable Edit by an 86 Prelude owner: note that an 89 prelude is the 3rd generation, and the 87 is a second generation, for body mouldings and panels they are not perfectly interchangeable, many of the parts from an 89 prelude will not fit an 87, Honda is notorious for changing little details that make things just incapable of fitting a seemingly similar car. the late 80's Accords and 84-88 Preludes will share many parts, but the 89-91 Prelude will not offer you a whole lot.
my 88 2.0 si radio was bolted in from the back and sides. start taking apart the console and get behind it to unbolt it
It should be. No changes were made suspension-wise until the '88 model year.
It's the "master relay" located under the dash. It clicks when you turn the key and you hear the fuel pump pressurize. Part no is usually RZ-XXXX and you can get em at the Honda dealer.
after the red line... 7250- 7500
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It has a hydraulic clutch
With some modifications, yes.
My '88 Prelude Si 4WS had a short in the steering column. My "guys" pulled wires to a toggle switch that they free-placed in the coin tray. It gets hot . . . But, the running lights/brake lights work independently of the headlights!
Any 88-91 Honda Civic.
No it does not. I have an 88.
No, the 88 is the 3rd generation and the 92 is the 4th generation.
No, the B20A or B21A motors will not fit into ANY other car than the 88-91 Prelude it was intended for. This is because the engine block was designed to sit at an 18-degree rearward slant in order to clear the low hood-line of the car. So these motors will not work in anything but a 3rd generation Prelude. If you intend to make it work and swap a B20A or B21A motor into a 4th generation Honda Civic then by all means have fun, but it will be neither easy nor cheap to do so because a lot of custom fabrication will be involved. It would be a waste of time and money.