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Old 20 Dec 2012, 02:38 am
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Default What engines will fit in a 1993 Honda Prelude ?

Looking for anything that might work want to find one used for around 500$ hopefully
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Old 20 Dec 2012, 02:48 am
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1993 Prelude may have H23A DOHC if it is 2.3 ltr or F22A Sohc engine. Once you figure out which one you have you will be able to find out the right engine you need.
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