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1994 honda accord h22 swap question

Discussion in 'Accord' started by PosDnus, Mar 7, 2008.

  1. PosDnus

    PosDnus New Member

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    i plan on buying the swap from hmotorsonline, i want to have power steering what all do i need to do, thanks in advance
     
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    :huh: Um...hook it up?

    Seriously, H22 into an Accord is one of the easiest swaps out there. You can just reuse the Accord's A/C compressor and all the lines. Just hook it up to the new motor and you're good to go. That's all there is to it.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    EDIT: Ah crap, sorry, I'm stupid. I gave you instructions for retaining the A/C. You want to know about the power steering...

    Anyway, the power steering is pretty simple as well. Use the H22's power steering bracket. The Prelude's power-steering pressure line is slightly different than the Accord's, so you'll need to cut the end off of the Accord's line and then replace it with an H22/H23 piece in order to get it to attach. You could try using hose clamps, but I sure as hell wouldn't recommend it. I'd have the new end TIG-welded in place for good measure.

    Do some searching on the net. Somebody out there probably makes a kit for this.
     
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