Your Honda Prelude might not start because of a dead battery or an empty gas tank. It may also not start due to a damaged starter or a battery that is disconnected.
You could, but because the '94 Prelude is heavier than the '89 Prelude, it doesn't make sense to swap in a smaller powered motor.
Either the coil is bad or the ignition control module is bad.I would think the coil is faulty.
my Honda prelude 1986 si wants to cut off after its warmed up . any sugestions on what ot could be
Check the cruise control for the Prelude first. Then check the cruise relay, any linkages, and the vacuum lines. If these are ok, then run a computer code check to see if any codes show up. A code issue could cause the cruise to not operate properly.
It could be a faulty tire or possibly the wheel bearing, but I'd seriously inspect the brakes, even if you don't think anything is wrong. That's a FAR more common cause of noise.
Might be something as simple as time for an oil change.
You could find stock (OEM) struts for a 1997-2001 Honda Prelude anywhere from $40 upwards to $100 (in USD) a strut. Online is typically more inexpensive, but if you need to get a strut right away, you may be able to get one on-hand at a Honda dealership or an auto parts store.
There could be a lot of causes to this light being on.......... Have a technician hook it up to an ABS computer.
Check fuel and fire. Pull a plug and smell for raw fuel, and check the plug and see if there is fire to the plug. If I checked the plugs and it is not getting fire or fuel at all what could cause that problem.
I have a 1990 Honda Prelude, and it has what is called a high interference engine. So if you are asking because of the timing belt situation. Yes change it every 90 -100 thousand KM. If it breaks you could end up bending your valves and usually it is not worth repairing..
Somewhere between the fuel tank and the engine. Get under the car and look.
Could be an EGR port clogged with carbon. Remove and clean EGR and EGR ports.
what could cause my 96 Honda to lose all fire to the coil and fuel pump
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Could very well be a fuel problem. Possibly the pump. More info is needed for an educated diagnosis.
There is no set price that you could sell your Honda 1100 American Classic Shadow for. A car in good condition sells for more than one in poor condition.
There could be a problem with low old causes the pistons to rattle. There could also be a problem with the rocker arm.
The thermostat could be installed backward, the radiator could be plugged, the water pump could be worn out or you could have a warped head and bad head gasket.
Terrible engineering that's why it's a Honda
1992-1996 Honda Prelude VTEC could reach 240km/h at the rev limiter.
my 99 prelude would almost die at a stop and my uncle, who is a mechanic, adjusted the throttle cable and reset the computer. idk if this will help you. could be a maf sensor also
Could be a loose ground wire
it could be of running it with out oil.
it could be coming from behind your timing cover, if so, it is the cam or crankshaft seals. it may also be an oil pan gasket.