It could be your TPS, throttle positioning sensor. At least, that was the case with my 89 prelude.
?timing marks for 2.0 prelude 89
ecu program for 89 prelude si.what is it andwhere . htanks
89 Speedo cableI just paid for a lower speedometer cable. The sensor began in '90. The part price was 35.78 plus shipping. It also has a sensor that sits on top of the transmission case. I'm ordering one from hondapartscheap.com today!To better answer the question, an 89 prelude has both. The speedometer cable attaches to the speed sensor.
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.
Usually the Throttle Position Sensor is located by the intake manifold, usually at the end of your air intake.
Its on the back firewall, if you follow that single vacume hose on the backside of your Throttle Body it will go straight up to your MAP sensor.
Yes it will but your lights will be different.
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.
yes they are the same the 2.0 l4 fuel injected
In dash fuse box on the 89 prelude is located to the left of your steering wheel approximately even with the bottom of the steering wheel.
no parts for a 89 go thru years 88 thru 91
u cant... it runs the car...
I just dealt with this, it is 3 things, your Throttle position sensor, your map sensor, and the fuel pump,
its not a speed sensor its a speed cable mine went out on my 89 lude i think it's about 40 bucks for the cable at the dealership. it's pretty easy to take out and install the new one as long as you know where to look.
4ws yes, 2ws I believe does as well.
The '89 Prelude Si has a Dual Overhead Cam (DOHC). The valve lash for the DOHC is INTAKE: 0.08 TO 0.12 mm EXHAUST: 0.16 TO 0.22mm.
This conversion is to put a h22a engine from the 4-5 generation Preludes to the 3rd generatio Prelude, this conversion is very much so do-able, but. Their are issues with clearance of the sump of the h22a in the 89 Prelude. New engine mounts need to be used, new ECU needs to be installs aswell. Also you will have to use the gearbox from the h22a. Can't use the old gearbox in your 89 Prelude. It's a big job but there are plenty of examples of great Preludes sporting the newer engines.
No carburetor on that 89 S10. It would be throttle body fuel injected.
i bought my 89 prelude 2.0si with 190,000 straight body good interior for only $800
Throttle positioning sensor
Did you check for vacuum leaks?
no its a different engine so it wont match up to the tranny preludes are 2.0s and 1.8s civics are 1.6