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1991 Honda Accord Overview

The overall rating for the 1991 Honda Accord is still quite high, as close to 90% of those people driving one today would recommend this vehicle to prospective buyers.

In 1990, Honda caught the consumer's attention by expanding the Accord into becoming a true mid-size automobile.

For 1991, in addition to the roomy interior, Honda added features (like leather trim) that would appeal to a more "up-scale" market. The best part is that for well under $5,000, you can drive away in a car that seemingly will just keep on going, the Honda Accord.

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Difference Between D3 And D4.

I have just bought a used Accord and I see that other than R,P,2 and 1 as gear options, there are D3 and D4. What is the difference between D3 and D4 and which should one use under which conditions? ...

No Spark

The distributor isn’t putting out any any spark. And I have replaced everything

Cylinder He0a0ds

What year Honda cylinder head will interchange with a 91 Honda accord extra wagon cylinder head

1991 Honda Accord Ex Sputtering Under Low Acceleration

I have a 91 Honda accord with 320,000 miles that sputters under soft normal acceleration and is fine when i either let go of the gas for a second or push it about 25% more and make it rev up. idles ...

My Car's Steering Wheel Just Began To Jerk To The Right In Small Increments...

The car itself isnt jerking, just the steering wheel. if i let go, the car gradually moves a little bit to the right each time the steering wheel does. any ideas? should i stop driving it immediatel...