1983 Honda Accord Overview

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My First And Only... by eeml11
 — I've had this car for about ten years now, has served me well. Has needed two master cylinder replacements (both from the boneyard) and a head gasket at 190,000 miles, but otherwise a low-maintenance ... Read More
A Fuel-efficient First Car by WheelerDealer
 — Bought my '83 Accord hatchback from my parents shortly after graduating from college. It got great mileage and served me fairy well until the radiator rotted out because it had never been flushed. Not... Read More
Very Stable Car by Raya
 — Good looking car, stable and steady when driving. With Vtec engine more powerfull. Read More

1983 Honda Accord Overview

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1983 Honda Accord

It seems that Honda likes to stick to what it knows and doesn't change much just for the sake of change. The 1983 Honda Accord is just the same as the '82 Accord with one notable exception that people enjoyed.

In '83, the Accord now had a four-speed automatic transmission, instead of the former three-speed. Of course, it still came in manual transmissions as well.

Those still driving it (and yes, there are plenty of '83 Accords running around 23 years later) say "age is just a number," and "it's the best thing I've owned by far. No problems, no hassles, no worries." The biggest complaint seems to be with the analogue clock, which is said to tick quite loudly.

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Honda Accord Questions

stacielofton
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How Much Would A Used Car Like This Cost With 138 Thousand Miles On It

what would the price be for a used on with 138,000 miles on it running but smoking a little.

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lanceg
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Problems With Rebuilt Carburetor

i rebuilt the carb and when i put it back on the car it ran, but the car runs at 4500 rpm at idle with no tention on the throttle and the throttle screw is all the way out i set the needle valves as s...

339 views with 1 answer (last answer 5 years ago)
Raya
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What Is The Model Code For 1983 Honda Accord

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rndpieceofcpr
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Where Is The Brain Box Located In The 1983 Honda Accord Sedan?

I recently purchased a '83 honda accord 4-door sedan, and when the car is running the most of the time all of my gauges DON'T WORK! The only one working is the speedometer. The RPM gauge don't work, t...

276 views with 1 answer (last answer 7 years ago)
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Where Is The Brain Box Located In The 1983 Honda Accord 4 Door?

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