Posts with tag "Honda"

D16 Engine

In 1986, Honda decided to expand its D series by creating D16A, a motor with greater capacity. It was built on the framework of 1.5L D15A featuring aluminum cylinder block and block height of 212 mm. The motor kept stroke camshaft of 90 mm, connecting rods of 137 mm plus pistons of 75 mm with 30 mm height. By increasing piston stroke, engineers coped with the task of getting a motor with 1.6L capacity. The cylinder block’s top gained a double overhead camshaft with 16 valves. Diameter of the...

D15B Engine

In 1984, Honda launched the manufacture of D15A motor, the debut engine from the D-series, for its CRX automobile. Having the block height of 207 mm, this 1.5L engine featured aluminum cylinder block and cast iron sleeves. Its other characteristics comprised stroke crankshaft of 85.5 mm, pistons of 74 mm and connecting rods of 134 mm. Cylinder block contained single overhead camshaft without VTEC variable valve timing with three valves for each cylinder. The further motor versions included a...

How do you repair a 1990 Honda Accord speedometer that is always on the lowest speed even when driving?

Question: How do you repair a 1990 Honda Accord speedometer that is always on the lowest speed even when driving? Answer: I had this problem where both the speedometer and cruise control quit working. The solution was to replace the speed sensor. Yup the speed sensor, and it will cost you about $150….be glad it ain’t the gas gauge!! I drove like you are now for 3 years!! The speed sensor can be changed by you, an easy project that can be done in a couple of hours with normal tools. The part...

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