1986 Honda Prelude Overview

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1986 Honda Prelude Overview

The 1986 Honda Prelude stayed largely the same from the previous year.

The base 1986 Honda Prelude came with a 100-horsepower, 1.8-liter four cylinder engine. The Si upgraded to a 2.0-liter. It also had a spoiler and plenty of interior features, like power windows and doors, cruise control, and a graphic equalizer on the sound system.

1986 Honda Prelude owners love their cars, saying they are extremeley reliable, suprisingly peppy, and very fun to drive. Some drivers have had a problem with rust and flaking paint, and many complain that the backseat is way too small.

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1986 Honda Prelude Fuel System

When I turn the key to the on position the fuel pump comes on for about a second and stops like it should and then when I start the car and it is running the fuel pump comes back on and stays on f...

How To Repair Leak In 1986 Prelude High Pressure Power Steering Hose

Can't find a replacement part for an 1986 Prelude so far. Have seen some for a 1988 Prelude. Would this work in an 1986?

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Want Start When Hot Outside

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How Do You Adjust The Clutch When It Is Slipping

What Is Spec Fuel Pressure On Prelude Si

Looking for specs on SI fuel pump.