Look at the pulley at the bottom of the engine. There is a metal pointer sticking out from the block, and the timing marks are on the pulley, where they will pass beneath or next to the metal pointer. if you haven't got the engine apart yet the mark is on the crank pulley. when you have it a part the sprocket for the crank should have a dot on it and a little triangle on the block and the head should have 2 lines on its spocket. you line those 2 lines up with the surface on the headwith the up sign up this should work if you have the enginge from 1989-86 Accord 2.0L everyone should have a manual for their vechicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the reference section for FREE to make copies of--the PRO manual has more detailed info, and may have wiring diagrams when needed...read up and fix 'em like a PRO...good luck Dave :)
OK, you have a 1987 Honda Accord. What is your question?
Depending on the engine, some have a timing belt and a balance shaft belt.
where is fuel filter on a 1987 Honda accord
The cam belt must be replace on the 1987 Honda Accord every 60,000 miles or 10 years whichever comes first. Warning: This is an interference engine.
Emergency cut off switch for 1987 honda accord
No there is no air bag in any 1987 Honda Accord. Honda installed air bags in 1991.
I know an 87 honda accord engine will fit.
Hope this website helps It's the shop manual for the 1987 Honda Accord. http://pauldesign.ru/honda/shopmanual.html
probably not, the accord layout changed quite a bit from 1987 to 1993
Most cars have certain things you have to do to them to set the timeing. Get a manual on your car and that will help on the next repair also.
You can get a diagram of your 1987 Honda Accord cooling system at most Honda dealerships. Honda service manuals will also have the cooling system diagram and can be obtained from most local libraries.
honda transmissions do not have filters
get a nissan300zx
Yes it will fit.
under the drivers seat
i also have a 1987 Honda accord lxi 5spd. It takes regular 10w-30 motor and it takes about 2 quarts
The timing marks on a 1987 2.2L Dodge Dakota are located on the timing chain and the cam sprocket. They must be perfectly aligned to prevent the pistons and valves from hitting each other.
Look on the driver's door post.
The headlight relay switch on a 1987 Honda Accord looks like a small box. The switch is located underneath the engine compartment fuse box.
The 1987 Honda Prelude has a timing belt. It's made of rubber and is grooved to match up with the cogs on the engine. It does not have a metal chain.