It is right by the trottle plate near the intake tube. The screw is item (1) in http://web.archive.org/liveweb/http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/auto/jsp/mws/catimgs/13sm401_e01.png Unfortunately that picture does not show quite where the screw belongs. Assembly (6) is held on by 4 studs and nuts. Starting from the top nut closest to the passenger compartment, go about 1 inch towards the front of the car and then about 1/2 inch down, and there it is. The figure shows a cap blocking access to the screw, and there should be one there if someone has not removed it already. If you are looking from above the engine, your view will be mostly blocked by the vacuum lines (29) above it. You do not need to remove the air intake tube to see or access the screw, but it is easier to find the screw with the tube off.
it should be on the throttle body
The 1990 Honda Accord does not have a cabin filter.
how do you take out a transmission on a 1990 Honda accord
EM 6279 and EM316. Which of these works for my HOnda accord 1990 EX 5-speed?
Idle is computer controlled, no adjustment screw.Idle is computer controlled, no adjustment screw.
The valve adjustment specs on a 1993 Accord are as follows Intake-0.0008 to 0.0018 inch Exhaust-0.0022 to 0.0031 inch these specs are for the 1993 Accord ONLY!! if you have a 1990-1992 these specifications change.
NOPE, THEY ARE TOTALLY DIFFERENT.
You can use the 1990 stereo in your 1992 Accord, but the 1998 will not bolt in the correct way.