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H22A in 92 Accord HELP

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Sleeper00, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. Sleeper00

    Sleeper00 New Member

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    H22a
     
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    Luis998 Honda Enthusiast

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    Have you had a chance to search around the site yet? Or Google even?
     
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    yes i did, i even went to oem honda wed site, but still not sure how to fix it. That's y if some1 can post of there h22a accord engine photos, that will make it clear where all the hoses and parts connect to.
     
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    Luis998 Honda Enthusiast

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    You're looking specifically for an H22A in a '92 Accord, correct?
     
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    Luis998 Honda Enthusiast

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    Here are a few links that may help get you started:

    h22a accord - Google Image Search
    I know that yours is a 92 and this is a 94 but it may help as well...
    http://hondaswap.com/hybrid-ba-bb-ca-cd/h22-swap-into-94-accord-pics-82784/
    When all else fails you could get this guide...
    Ultimate H22 Swap Guide + How-To For Your 90-93 Accord (4th Gen)
    I found this site to have a bit of information on H22 swaps that might help...
    TOP END Motorsports > Demo Cars > Signal Accord > Installs > JDM H22 Motor: ..
    Last but not least, I think AHHVTEC may know a thing or two about Accord's from what I read a long time ago. If you are lucky he may chime in and help you out.

    Best of luck my friend. I hope the links help out even in the slightest. :thumbsup:
     
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    i already went to those sites, i already did the swap few years ago, my car runs, but i just want to make it run it the right way, but thanks for helping
     
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    there's 1 more thing i need to know, for h22a in 90-93 accord owner, there's a BIG BLACK BOX on top of the EVAP CONTORL CANISTER, do i still need it after the swap?? and what is that box for??
     
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    Sorry that I wasn't much help my friend. Best of luck though. Let us know how it all turns out. :thumbsup:

    EDIT: Suggestion, why not take it to a tuner shop? They will know what to do with such an engine swap. I see that you are in Florida and if you are in Orlando, try Central Florida Turbo. There's another one but I can't think of the name right now.
     
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    im sick of not being able to find wiring on 90-93 accord external to jdm internal h22a coil wiring... mine runs fine whatever i did to it by splicing into a yellow wire and some blue wire. not sure what else to do it has trouble starting when its cold but starts fine when warm. i cut the black and white wire from the larger grouping of wires coming out of dizzy not sure if anything needs grounded since i went from EXTERNAL TO INTERNAL!
     
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