4x114.3 that's the bolt pattern
No, the bolt pattern on a 1996 Honda Accord is 4x114.3; the bolt pattern on a 1980 Mustang is 4x108 so wheels that fit on the mustang will not fit on the Accord.
no u cannot do that bolt pattern is different
It will not work. A 1993 Honda Accord has a 4x114.3mm bolt pattern. A 1997 Acura Integra has a 4x100mm bolt pattern.
1990-1997 Honda Accord ALL - 4 x 114.3 1998-2002 Honda Accord 4Cyl - 4x114.3 1998-2002 Honda Accord 6Cyl - 5x114.3 2003-2010 Honda Accord ALL - 5x114.3
It is a 10 mm bolt... called my honda dealer.......
Filler bolt? Filler bolt for what? Please clarify.
It depends the bolt pattern.4 bolt pattern or 5 bolt pattern.Which one does each one of the cars has. If 4 bolt pattern will fit. If 5 and4 accordingly no it will not fit.
It is 5-114
97 honda accord
You can use the 1990 stereo in your 1992 Accord, but the 1998 will not bolt in the correct way.
No Neon = 5x110 or 5x4 Honda = 5x114.3 or 5x4.5
bolt pattern is: 4X114.3 - four hole.
They need to be torqued to 22 lb.ft and then turn them 180 degrees in 2 steps start from the center and work out. Read more: 1998 honda accord 2.3L head bolt torque specs - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/honda/1k1jk-1998-honda-accord-2-3l-head-bolt-torque-specs.html#ixzz1pntfWIDI
Can you replace a 94 Honda Accord manifold with a 93 Honda Accord manifold both cars are European specifications?
NOPE, THEY BOLT ON DIFFERENT AND THEY ARE BOTH TOTALLY DIFFERENT.
THE 72-91 Honda Civic 1200/1500 76-78 Accord
It is 5 studs at a 114.3 mm spacing, commonly called 5 x114.3.
The head bolt torque specifications, for your Honda Accord 2.2 liter engine, is 120 pounds per square inch. The head bolts should be torqued in 30 pound intervals.
which direction does a crank shaft pully bolt screw out on a 2002 honda accord lx 2.3l eng. clockwise or counterclockwise?
The bolt was incorrectly tensioned.
no its the same . righty tighty . lefty loosey
From the transmission bolt ,with the square cut out in it Just be careful
Yes , I have the 9 spoke rims on my 2004 accord. You will have to go with 50 series tires though to keep your speedo accurate. The bolt pattern is the same and offset is the same. 17 X6.5 rims
No they will not. The golf is a 4x100 offset 38, the accord is a 4x114.3, offset 46.
no civic is 4x100, accord is 4x114
Hub Diameter--->64.1......bolt pattern---->5 X 114.3
It might be possible. Both cars have the same bolt pattern (5 x 114.3), and the Accord might be able to accommodate the larger wheels/tires that are on the Si.
clockwise it is reverse threads
there should be a bolt with 2 "horn" tips on the bottom center of it
The 1993 Honda Accord used a F-series engine. The transmission will easily and safely bolt into the 1996 model as it uses the same type of engine.
Having E-Mailed Honda Austrlia , and recieved their answer from their technical department I can say that a 1998 Honda Accord V6 3litre harmonic balancer retaining bolt is 16MM x 1.5MM Pitch. i hope this helps. John G W
Unless you get some custom mounts made, the civic engine will not mount in the accord. Any 92-96 Accord or 92-01 Prelude engine will bolt up to the 92 accord. **Note, the 97+ Prelude engine is OBD2, but can be converted back to OBD1, which is what the Accord is..
It Turns Counterclockwise
It might fit in the trunk, but it will not bolt up to the engine.
The 1998 Honda Accord 3.0 liter engine does not have throttle cable. The automobile has throttle linkage. The linkage is connected at each end with a connecting bolt. Remove the connecting bolt to remove the linkage.
no, 2 different engine blocks, it wont bolt up
should not have a filler bolt should just fill straight thru the dipstick pipe on transmission
yes. the bolt patterns are exactly same. you need to buy CB adapter from eBay for few bucks though
The honda oil pan drain plug is a 14mm bolt. It's threads are a 1.50 pitch.
Impact wrench. It's the ONLY thing that works.
If you cannot get the bolt out you will have to use a bolt extractor, sometimes called an Easy Out. Purchase one and the instructions will describe how it is used.
on back side of block near oil filter it is a 17mm bolt or a torx bolt look like a star almost don't know size of torx bolt
crankshaft pulley bolt is left hand thread,so it will come out opposite direction to normal bolts
only if the bolt pattern lines up and the offset is correct.
yes as long as the bolt pattern is the same you will use a P205/45ZR17 tire on this rim
The bolt patter for the Honda Ridgeline is 5x120 and the offset is 42mm.
Bottom of the engine, at the rear sde of the oil pan. 17mm size bolt.
Put a 3mm wrench around the left bolt and turn it until your preference