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Vacuum line diagram for 1987 honda prelude

Changed carbs and now need to hook up all the vacuum lines

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Mark L. Roberts Jr.

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UNDER THE HOOD IS THE VACUUM DIAGRAM ON A WHITE STICKER. IT IS LOCATED ON THE TOP OF THE HOOD OR ON THE STRUT TOWER. I HOPE THIS EVAP DIAGRAM IS EXACTLY WHAT YOUR AFTER. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA AND FOR AN HONEST RATING AS WELL. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. BEST OF LUCK.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1992 Honda Prelude Timing Belt Diagram

There's no such thing as a timing belt diagram.

Do you mean to say the "Procedure" for changing a timing belt in a 92 Prelude?

By asking such a question I can only interpret it as a clear indication that you've never changed a timing belt before.

If this is true, then you don't want to start out or practice on your own car.

Get the car to a pro and have the job done right.

If not true (and you've changed timing belt's in the past)

Then give me the engine size and I'll post the:

"PROCEDURE" for changing the belt in a few hours.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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Anonymous

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There is a fuse box diagram (or should be anyway) in your car manual (the one that is usually found in the glove box). If it's not there, I suggest doing a google image search. Good luck!

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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SOURCE: i need a vacuum diagram for h22a vtec

Your public library will have a manual covering your mechanical repair. Moreover, they have the automotive shops online software called AllData. It is the best auto technician database available today. You can print out specific troubleshooting procedures, diagrams, step-by-step istructions, and soforth. The typical person cannot afford to pay for this service, just automotive dealerships, etc... that is why the public library made it available to everyone and for free to view and print out material. This should Fixya! Good Luck!

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

Superbovine

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SOURCE: vacumm hose diagram for 1987 honda accord

You did not clarify which motor you have. Here are both diagrams.

The fuel injected model:
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And the carb model:
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Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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