Note: For Automatic Chassis w 5 spd Conversion Only. Also called a Dual to Multi Point Conversion Harness. Even cheap car parts tend to be a few hundred bucks, so, again… not going to take much for me to save you another hundred or so here. This swap information was done by the guys at. Can save you about 2 hrs worth of painful wiring and looks super clean.
Any and all help is greatly appreciated. A few hundred if you were lucky right? May as well pick up the bracket with the 3 hard lines for the vaccum hoses that also attaches to the firewall See vacuum hose diagram. Yup, its the Vtek 4cyl. Both versions were using the same short block; different crankshafts and were utilized to achieve displacement variation. We just cut the one off the Prelude harness, and attached it to the Accord harness with a large enough splice. Hopefully this little piece will help. We failed to give credit where credit is due.
The 1st link says to use the Accord axels, but the 2nd link recommends using the Prelude ones. Who we aren't: We are not a concierge service or a promotional platform. My friend wants to get this swap done fast, and without running into problems. Shop the large inventory of and! Hope this helps :uhoh: I hear ya. Grind down the Prelude drivers mount, like I mentioned earlier. Dusty Broken Arrow, Oklahoma I had no experience in hybrid swaps.
The Accord cat is too long. You could probably stick with the Accord canister as well. It helped me in areas I was unsure with. I'm going to be helping him pull the engine out tonight and hopefully try to get the h22a bolted in as well, if time allows. Keep in mind that belt lengths will depend on what you use. Besides that I know everything is going to work perfect because I have a 90 coupe with an H22 swap, so Ive already been through all that.
And I chuckled when I read Inetba's post, I don't know in what universe 5 more hp will knock 3 tenths off of your quarter mile time, or make a noticable difference in acceleration, otherwise very factual. The Accord cat is too long. When he insists it's easy to get out, tell him to go to hell. Good luck with your swap! Double check that everything is disconnected and hoist the motor out, this is easier with two people one pivoting the motor and watching for clearance in the back, and the other running the hoist. Does weight loss really help gas mileage, what about an air intake system? Thanks for the great guide! What about the belts to use? Well, the truth is actually much, much darker. We would like to thank for the resource information on doing an H22A swap.
Since then, versions of the H22 would become the Prelude's signature high-performance engine worldwide until the end of Prelude production in 2001. The distributor wiring is the only thing he's worried about now, he'll just have to see when he gets there. You may also need to pick up some vaccum hose, as some of the solenoids, valves etc. Take care removing the axles, pull them straight out of the tranny to avoid damaging the seal. These questions and more are addressed in this hour long class and accompanying 103 page manual. Had it for 8 years and 50k miles. If you don't care about money, get it from Honda, if you do-go to a junk yard.
Where should you do the swap? I think the most important things I learned from the guide is searching the right engine for my car. They all told me common sense things. I go over and beyond to ensure that you get back every penny you give me in value and preferably quite a lot more. Right now, I am just trying to get the car running and driving again. Thank You for the very useful info. For more details about doing swaps, please go to. Email me with any questions.
Also, the H22A has 161 torque at 5,500rpm. But thanks I appreciate it. However, the reality is that free information is often very expensive information. Having the radiator out just gives you more mobility, and it takes about 10 seconds to remove. The reason I can say this with absolute confidence is that I have seen all the articles, all the forum posts and all the other supposed swap resources over the past several years.
The pictures were very helpful as well as all the other great extra info that the guide provides. I will spare you that pain. I found these 2 links with info: 1 2 The 2nd link says to use a '97+ Prelude fuel rail, but I didn't see anything about that on the 1st link. This conversion will make your 96-00 Civic compatible with a B-Series or H-Series engine. Make sure you have all the fluids replaced, and everything torqued. You can use either transmission will hold up fine.
This web site is not responsible for any action or changes that are done by yourself or someone else that either damages your car, engine or injures someone. These 3 courses all sell at TunerUniversity. Wow, I actually miss winter :D. Thanks, but that's exactyl the same as the first link, with a few added things to the Parts List part. I don't know much about the H or F series swaps but I do know B series swaps. Belts: Depending on which accessory pumps you use Prelude or Accord the belts may be different length. Remember, some of the sensors may be bad so don't run yourself into a wall thinking you wired wrong.