The 1990 Honda Accord does not have a cabin filter.
Fram Air Filters are the recommended brand for a 91 Honda Accord. The filters run about $14 and are available at any auto parts store.
honda transmissions do not have filters
Go to any Auto Parts store and they will tell you the correct size. I recommend Purolator, Wix, or Bosch filters. All are quality filters. I personally use Purolator in my 2004 Accord.
probably not, the accord layout changed quite a bit from 1987 to 1993
I just finished replacing the cabin A/C filters on my 2001 Honda Accord. The two filters are located just behind the glove compartment. The hardest part of replacing the filters is removing the glovebox. So, here is the web address I used for assistance in removing and replacing the filters on my Accord http://www.honda-acura.net/forums/archive/index.php/t-43307.html. I recommend downloading and printing all the pictures and diagrams from the links that are included on this site. The diagrams are from the Helms manual and help as a reference to avoid any snaggles. Good luck and
Anyplace that sells oil filters will have an application chart. I recommend Purolator, Bosch, or Wix filters. Avoid Fram.
Any major brand spin on filter. Anyplace that sells filters can tell you the correct one to buy.
It has a permanent filter that is changed when you have the fluid changed.
On a 88 accord DX there is 2 filters. 1 is left rear @ edge of wheel well and other is left side under hood @ firewall.
If you have completely drained the transmission fluid in the Honda Accord, you will need to refill with 3 quarts. If the car is a manual, you may only need to put in 2. 5 quarts.
No, the 2005 Accord 4 cylinder has a timing chain that will last the life of the engine. The V6 does have a belt that must be changed at 110,000 miles.
Well it depends how much the 1994 Honda Accord has changed from the 1993-research this and if the transmission part wasn't changed then yes, it should fit. Good luck! Man do I wish I could drive yet...
The timing belt should be changed every 90,000 miles on a 93 Accord.
All fuel filters should be replaced at least every 2 years.
Have you tried a tune-up, changing air and oil filters in the process? Always a good start.
I recommend Purolator, Wix, or Bosch. All these are quality filters.
Fram oil filters are really good and will fit just right. Just about all filter manufactures make a filter that will fit on your Honda. I have owned 4 Honda Accords and use nothing but Purolator oil filters.
Highly recommend while you are already there. Water pump will fail or leak before timing belt needs replaced again
You"ll usually be able to tell if it goes out if the car is spurtering or not getting enough gas to run. these are usually pretty easy to change and under 20$. Fuel filters should be changed as regular maintenance. they are usually located on the frame. follo the fuel lines back to the gas tank
The mileage that a v6 Honda Accord will need to get its timing belt changed is between 90,000-100,000. However, some mechanics recommend 80,000-90,000 miles.
yes it does i own a white 91 accord and drained my tank just a week ago. it looks almost like the oil pan plug and is accesible easily from the drivers side
check your ignition coil. that's what happen to me when the engine get hot the car stop.