Yes, by removing the 4 cylinder and installing a V6. But the cost would be prohibitive. Sell your 2004 Honda 4 cylinder and then buy another 2004 Honda V6 and you will be money and lots of time ahead.
yes but why?.......
yes, as long as the 1992 accord is also an automatic
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.
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?
550.00 @ Honda of Annapolis. Having the same problem with my 92 Accord.
Honda recommends it -- But I would not have it done for at least double ot even triple the mileage they recommend.
The Honda Accord would be faster with air shocks and the engine that runs like a babe. :-)
It's bolted onto the bell housing of the transaxle- it would be hard to miss.
I inquired here about the location of the fuel filter on my 2001 Accord Lx. The answer I got was that it was in the fuel tank and that there was no need to replace it. I don't know if that would be the same for your car. Try calling a Honda dealer's service shop.
i would like to know where is the thermostat on a 2002 Honda located
A 1992 Honda Accord may be a better option than a Hyundai Accent of the same year because Honda Accord vehicles are known for their reliability. A 1992 Hyundai Accent would require more repairs than an Accord of the same age.
There are a few reasons a 1997 Honda Accord may not start. It is possible that the battery is dead or that it is out of gas. Another possibility is that the starter is worn out.
The 1995 VTEC 4 cylinder was limited to 120mph, so I would bet the 94 is about the same.
That would really depend on what is broken.
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 ?
There are several things that can cause your 1989 Honda Accord to stall on acceleration. The most common cause is a plugged or dirty air filter.
my 1998 Honda accord lx I4 has a governor at 138 mph. It is the same generation accord, and thus i would guess that yours is similar, (unless they changed the governor for the v6 which is doubtful)
You are comparing apples to oranges. You should be comparing the Mazda 6 with the Accord. The Mazda 3 competes with the Honda Civic. In either case my recommendation would be to go with Honda. The Accord and the Civic are almost always tops in their class.
Bleed em again. Then replace the brake lines. Which would involve more bleeding.