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Old 17 Apr 2011, 08:01 pm
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Default Is there a difference between a honda accord and a honda civic motor?

My partner's Honda Civic blew up today on his way to work. I found a Honda Accord motor for a ok price. I was wondering if the motors are the same for the two or not?















I have no clue how to do these type things. I'm a woman and like looking at cars but, couldn't tell you much about the inside parts lol ..Thanks for your feedback















How much extra would you guess it'd run for tranny,harness,and motor mounts?
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Old 17 Apr 2011, 08:16 pm
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Yes. Civic motors are smaller (maybe 1.6L). Accords are a little bit bigger (2.2L-3.5L)
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Old 17 Apr 2011, 08:31 pm
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No the civic is a d-series motor and the accord is a f-series. Now you can put an accord motor into the civic but your gonna need tranny, harness, and motor mounts. All of that is pretty experience if u don't know What your doing and take it to a mechanic
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Old 17 Apr 2011, 08:46 pm
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civic is a smaller engine always a 4 cyl accords can go up to a pretty big v6
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Old 17 Apr 2011, 09:01 pm
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different motors, try to find the same motor that was in the car, or if your feeling froggy upgrade to a B series (Integra, Civic Si) then have fun with it, accord motors in civics are fun but really not cost worthy unless your racing it, then that's even questionable
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Default Re: Is there a difference between a honda accord and a honda civic motor?

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My partner's Honda Civic blew up today on his way to work. I found a Honda Accord motor for a ok price. I was wondering if the motors are the same for the two or not?















I have no clue how to do these type things. I'm a woman and like looking at cars but, couldn't tell you much about the inside parts lol ..Thanks for your feedback















How much extra would you guess it'd run for tranny,harness,and motor mounts?



Yes, absolutely...in terms of engine civic is smaller compared to honda accords. The former can go up until 4cyl while the latter can go up v6, i guess....
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