Open your browser and type "1996 Honda Accord Photos" in the search field. You will see many photos of it.
Fit, maybe, but run correctly no. The 1993 is OBD1 & the 1996 is OBD2. Look for a 1996 engine and make sure you get a VTEC if that is what the 1996 is equipped with.
Depends on what model, and year you are asking about. 1969 HONDA ACCORD LOOKS HARD AND HEAVY!
The 1994-96 is the fifth generation of the Honda Accord. The 1994 was only available with a 4 cylinder. You could also get a V6 in the 1996 model. The 1996 Accord underwent a mild facelift with more rounded bumpers, a slightly modified front fascia with new signal lights and rear taillights. It had an overall softer look. The 1996 model also was OBD2 compliant.
take it to a shop trust me
its made of metal..
The headlight relay switch on a 1987 Honda Accord looks like a small box. The switch is located underneath the engine compartment fuse box.
I vacuum diagram for a 1989 Honda Accord looks visually like a maze. There are several lines going into different mechanical parts that need air to function properly.
The 1989 Honda accord fuel pump relay switch is contained in a square metal box. The switch will have two wires going to it. The switch should be labeled.
It looks like the inside of a car door. There's linkages and window tracks and stuff.
== == Look on the engine size decal under the hood for the valve lash range. .26mm in take .30mm exhaust
If it varies with driving speed, look for an out-of-round tire. If it vibrates only when braking, you probably have a warped brake rotor.
Depends on mileage, condition, and model Honda Accord you're referring to. Click the link and look up the value for yourself.
Depending on your Accord, it's located either on the top of the throttle body or on the firewall. If it's located on the firewall, look for a vacuum hose going to the throttle body. Click the link for a photo.
On a 1987 Honda Accord the vacuum diagram will have several different hoses running around the engine bay. The lines are placed around several different mechanical parts that receive air to function properly.
Look on the driver's door post.
Sure just get down and look.
There are many places someone could buy a 2003 Honda accord from, you could try going to your local Honda dealer and see what they have available or you could look at eBay motors dot com.
under the passenger side of the vehicle and look up. You will see The output shaft speed sensor codes maybe similar to P0720>
Your 1997 Honda is already OBD2 compliant. All 1996 and newer vehicles sold in the U.S. are OBD2. To verify, look under the hood for a VECI label. The VECI label will indicate whether or not the vehicle has OBD II.
No. You cannot get to it. You have to look somewhere else
Look on the back side of the engine.
DOT3 Look on the top of the master cylinder cap.
One can go look at cars with big rims at the Honda Accord Factory. One can adjust the rims of the car, or even apply them on their own. One can also find out everything they need to know from Honda Accord.
It is located an axle that connect your wheel to the transmission. If you look under the car, it is the part that has two rubber "boots" on both ends. one end is by the wheel, the other, in the transmission