Just my two cents but... it's possibly the same "main relay" problem which plagues many of the Hondas around that time-frame. Hot weather non-starting is usually caused by a faulty main relay. A new relay fixed my '90 Civic. Good luck. The main relay is what sends power to the fuel pump and ignition. If it's faulty, the engine will crank and crank but won't fire. I believe the main relay is typically under the dash on the driver's side. Note that it's inside the car, so it's the interior temperature that causes this problem. As a temporary solution if you're stranded somewhere, simply air out the car as best as possible and it should start again. The solder joints connecting the relay to its little circuit board crack, and in high temperatures will pull apart so the relay loses contact and can't function. One option is to replace the relay with a new one, but that will run you $70 or so. (!) A simple alternative is to just resolder the pins. Re-melt the solder on EVERY pin even if they don't look bad to the naked eye. Pop it back in and you're good as new.
The 1989 Honda Prelude had 4x100mm offset. The 1989 Nissan 240sx has a 4x114.3mm offset...so, it will not fit.
How do i take the fuel filter off my honda prelude si 1989
I have a 1989 prelude si and im pretty sure there 15s
Please reask question: Where are the VALVES ON A 1989 HONDA? How many VALVES ON A 1989 HONDA? How do I adjust the VALVES ON A 1989 HONDA?
No, they are different.
The starter on the 1989 Honda Prelude is located on the left side of the engine. It is under the radiator hose that is at the rear of the radiator.
Coil, distributor, bad wire.
None of the dashboard lights work on my 1988 Prelude. Why?
on the 2.0 si and the 4w si