Question about 1993 Honda Accord
If you can't find a local guy that does side work, you can always try to start with the cheapest of the two different types and the mechanic should be able to tell if you have the right or not. Worst case scenerio he has to put the tire back on and you have to go get the other choice.
Also, these parts are usually categorized in the computer by engine type which can usually be found under the hood. If it's not printed on the engine, you should be able to find it against the fire wall or inside the frame of you driver's side door under the latch on a label.
Another thing you have to make sure of is that the mechanic is willing to do the work if you buy the parts. The usual case with a shop is that they will not warranty any parts or work if they didn't buy the parts through their supplier. Some will not even do the repair.
Another source for cheaper parts is your local wholesale parts distrubutor, a lot of shops use these places for their parts and you maybe able to get the parts "at cost" instead of llist price.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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