My 1989 Honda Accord LXI Won't Start?

Answer The Honda Accord LXI is a sportier Accord that has fuel injection rather than carburetors. In 1989, the LXI was available as a sedan or a hatchback. If your LXI is not starting properly, the batter... Read More »

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How to Take the Radio out of a 1989 Honda Accord?

After the Honda Accord was introduced in 1976, it became established as an economical, dependable and fuel-efficient car. After the body was upscaled, the 1989 Honda Accord became larger and sporti... Read More »

1989 Honda Accord Specs?

Honda offered the 1989 Honda Accord in several models and trims. The two-door hatchback came in DX and LXi trims; the two-door coupe model came in DX, LXi, SE and SEi trims; and the four-door sedan... Read More »

How to Set the Timing on a 1989 Honda Accord?

The 1989 Honda Accord distributor is driven by the end camshaft on the back side of the cylinder head. Over time the timing belt that connects the crankshaft and the camshaft will stretch and cause... Read More »

How to Replace a Thermostat in a 1989 Honda Accord?

The engine thermostat is a valve that opens and closes based on the temperature of the engine. In the closed position, the thermostat blocks coolant from reaching the radiator. As the engine warms ... Read More »