Question about 1994 Honda Accord
1996 will, 1993 will not, parts run 94-97 on that car
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
Contact your local auto recyclers (junkyards), they can tell you. They have books (or computers) that tell that information.
If you can compare the two side-by-side, look carefully at the outside sheet metal, the mounting holes for the hinges and lock, and so on. Also pay careful attention to the window frames.
If you think it will work (or they say it will), swap it in, and slowly and carefully open and close the door. You will need to adjust the door hinges so that it lines up correctly, and you may also need to adjust the latch slightly.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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