There is a Positive (HOT) & Negative (Ground) battery cable. There are also lots of other HOT wires that are carrying current throughout the vehicle. What exactly are you referring too? hundereds of wires get a book at advance or napa for your car
because since 2-stroke engines run off a reed valve design with absolutely no mechanical valve train, the majority or the power comes from induction. the inlet air is at the perfect temperature two minutes after startup which results in the most power and RPM
The TPS is usually held in place by a couple of fasteners and one or two wire connectors that can only be put one one way. You should not have any problem replacing it.
The diagram on how to replace valve covers on a 1993 Honda Prelude can be found in the service manual. If you do not have a copy of the service manual, Honda can provide itÊupon inquiry.
The H22 engine, which are found in 1997 Honda Preludes, are interference engines. This means that the valves and pistons do indeed make contact as the engine is on.
nightmare. you have to remove the front bumper cover. then you will see the bolts holding the lamp assembly.10mm socket
lightly pound under the ignition on the steering column and it will click. the key receiver sticks on these models. i have the same problem
I have a 2004 Accord V6 myself, and burn Shell exclusively. But, any major brand of Regular Unleaded is fine.
An engine needs 3 things to operate, fuel, air ( compression ), and spark ( correctly timed ). Go about this methodically check for spark at the plugs, if yes then check timing, then look for fuel at the fuel rail and then whether it is getting into the engine, is it getting air? are there vacuum...
This situation is referred to as "diesling." Usually occurs when the engine is hot and the carb needs adjusted.
In the main fusebox under the Steering wheel... It's a 7 pin relay bolted in with a little bracket up above the other fuses. Prick of a thing to get to though...
How to replace throttle sensor kia spectra 2003
The throttle body diagram for the 1988 Honda Prelude is found in the maintenance manual of this car. It can be obtained as a print out from an automotive store as well.
The OBD II plug in is located on the passenger side of the center column underneath the dash. It is in a recessed panel and colored gray in front of a blue connection point.
Hey. I hate to give you or anyone with the same problem any bad news. But I have a 2000 prelude type sh. It want go in reverse check the cables under the car or take it to a transmission shop it could be that. But my cable was fine and it turned out to be my transmission. Hope this helps
Your car computer may think that your airbag was damaged, you can try disconnecting your battery cable (+ or-) for about 3-5 minutes. Reconnect and see if this fixes the problem.
PULL YOU DIP STICK IS THERE ANY OIL SHOWING ? IF ITS TICKING AND KNOCKING YOU MAY HAVE BLOWN THE MOTOR .. GOOD LUCK
if you really want to know what the biggest motor is that you can get go to www.2geez.com and they have it posted on there which is the biggest you can get and how much it is!
make sure that all of the dizzy wireing is correct for the internal coil.
It's got to be a fuel problem. check fuel pressure, filter, injector leaks, [if equipped] I experienced this problem when I attempted to install a performance chip off Ebay. Also, found that you should bleed any air from your cooling system when you replace any of components or hoses. Check for a...
The 1998 Honda Prelude came in six colors. They were Nordic Mist Metallic, Eucalyptus Green Pearl, Flamenco Black Pearl, White Diamond Pearl, Midnight Purple Pearl, and San Marino Red.
There are two types of tensioners for the prelude if you have an H23 (non vtec) then it is manual, if it is an H22 (vtech) then it is auto tensioner. due to failures with the auto tensioner it is highly recommended to swap over to a manual tensioner if you have an H22. As for the answer to the qu...
Because the design of the engine does not allow clearance between the valves & pistons without the belt being intact and the timing set correctly. If the belt breaks and a valve is fully open, the valve stops and stays open. The piston however keeps moving until the engine comes to a complete...
Depends on how this engine was treated for the past 200k miles. You might want to rebuild the engine first anyway though.
Have you checked the fuses? Different circuits have different fuses. It may be your wiring harness, but check the fuses first.