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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ENGINE FOR HONDA ACCORD 96 2.2
Look forf the number plate on the front of the block near the transmission. Depending on your state, you may only be allowed to register a car with the orriginal type of engine.
You can also see the engine code as the eighth digit of the Vehicle Idendifacation Number (VIN).
Then use that information to source the replacement.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
I would take the vehicle to a different shop.
You can go to Autozone , They can scan the vehicle for free. There maybe a codes stored and auto zone can tell you what the code means. You can also check the price of ignition coils with them. The price the shop is asking is rediculous . I am guessing a coil should not be no more then 100.00 and labor time 1.5 hours with diagnosis time. I think you can get an estimate for repairs at Pep boy for a lot less. Good Luck .
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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