yes but why?.......
That would be the check engine light.
The Honda Accord would be faster with air shocks and the engine that runs like a babe. :-)
With modifications probably - - but the CR-V was powered by the Civic engine that year and would probably be under-powered for the larger Accord.
It is probably possible, but why would you want to? The B22 is a good engine but no better than a Honda engine. This would require major modifications.
i wouldn't swap it, the 87 is carbureated and the prelude is fuel injected, just put the same engine in. the 87 accord engine has less hp .
an accord is a big car and putting a 1.6 out of a crx would kinda be a little on the stupid side(no offence) it would probably run like a RC car
Bulb is blown or has been removed.
yes, as long as the 1992 accord is also an automatic
If they have the exact same engine yes, otherwise no.
Are you planning to convert your Accord to RWD? The S2000 has a longitudinal motor. The Accord has a transverse motor. It would not be easy.
f**k HONDAS! get an American made car......
You need to determine if it loses spark or fuel when it stops running. Once you have that info re-post the question with that info and include the year and engine of the Honda Accord.
Your idel speed my be set too low.
The 1998 Honda Accord can experience a check engine light for a number of reasons. This light turns on when the ECU reads a malefaction somewhere in the vehicles system. To understand what problem is causing it running a diagnostic test will give a solid verdict.
would a 1997 honda accord sunroof 4 cylinder fit a 6 cylinder?
97 accord engine accerelating by itself.I had a 1995 Honda accord,which,when stopped at traffic lights,would suddenly rev up to 4500rpm and then go down again,to 1000 rpm,doing this repeatedly.It turned out to be the fast-idle valve was faulty,and when replaced,sorted the problem.....hope this may help you.
i would like to know where is the thermostat on a 2002 Honda located
Yes, it will hurt. Honda designed and built the engine and they recommend SAE 5w30 oil. So there is your answer. Use what Honda recommends and nothing else. To do otherwise would be foolish.
You want a photo of a V6 or 4 cylinder? I own a V6 and would be glad to assist you. What are you trying to accomplish?
Engine timing is VERY retarded. My first guess: the distributor clamp has loosened.
i would like to know how you change a headlight lense on a 2003 Honda accord ? i would like to know how you change a headlight lense on a 2003 Honda accord ?