The Location of the Spark Plugs in a '93 Honda Accord?

Answer The spark plugs in your Accord are directly responsible for igniting the fuel/oil mixture needed to keep your engine running. Over time this action causes extensive amounts of carbon to build up on... Read More »

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Why Is Oil Leaking Into Spark Plugs On My 94 Honda Accord?

Older Hondas are notorious for developing oil leaks in the spark plug wells and inside the cylinder. Honda placed the Accord's spark plugs where the plugs have the optimal effect within the combust... Read More »

How to Replace Spark Plugs in a Honda Accord?

Honda suggests you change the spark plugs in an Accord every 100,000 miles. Clean, effective spark plugs reduce fuel use and keep the engine running smoothly. Replacing the spark plugs in a Honda A... Read More »

What Spark Plugs Are Used in a 2003 Honda Accord?

In 2003, the Accord entered its seventh generation and underwent yet another drastic redesign. This redesign eliminated the hard body lines in favor of a rounder look. The 2003 Accord had two engin... Read More »

How to Remove the Oil in Spark Plugs in a 93 Honda Accord?

The 1993 Honda Accord spark plugs provide the spark necessary to ignite the fuel in your car's engine engine. The spark plugs are installed inside of a plug well that opens up into the combustion c... Read More »