Question about 1990 Honda Accord
You would only need a CARB # if you had any aftermarket emission, or air intake system replaced on your vehicle. If you do have an aftermarket air intake or any other emission parts installed, remove them and return the engine to only all original stock parts, and you will not have a problem with needing a CARB #.
If you want to keep the aftermarket parts, you will have to see The California Air Resource Board and let them give you a certification number.
I hope that this information was in any way helpful to you.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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