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I believe that the fuel injection system and my intake system are having a few problems. This car was bought from the original owners with these few problems existing. The car runs great but sometimes has some troub...
it takes forever to start but once it is started it runs great if i take it somewhere it is fine if its sits for a few it starts right back up . if it sits for a long period say an 8 hour shift it is a pain to start a...
actually is 89 honda prelude 2.0 Si DOHC. its not in pass kick panel, its not in driver sd dashboard beside the fuses. I am trying to have power to the new fuel pump which missing.
i just wanted to know if i can replace my clutch from the top of the engine or if i have to get under it or pull it..thanks
One of my head lights will not go down. When I use the swith on the dash it will not respond. Also I have an oil leak and I can't determine where its coming from. What are your suggestions.
how to remove and install a starter
I have a 1989 Honda Prelude 2.0 fuel injected, DOHC, Timing belt broke. The #1 and #2 cyclinders are fine. The #3 and #4 have no compression. How do I replace the two broken cyclinders.
Had a guy start the job, only has it taken apart and is now disputing what is owed for work done to this point.
How do I replace the water pump on my car. What do I have to take off
No engine light on. But when first start car in mornings , the car reves up and down on its own until it warms up , then it runs fine. What can be sum possibilities for it doing that.
my prelude leaks water on the far left side of the engine what could it be
Where is the a/c relay located on my 1990 Prelude? I think is's behind the dash. Can you send me a schematic showin the location? Thanks
The Anti Lock light is always on, but when it's turned off, the brakes usually shake whenever I drive. What's the deal with this, coz I've already had the brakes fixed and when I asked about this problem, they said it...