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Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1990-1993 Honda Acura Integra. This is the second generation of Acura Integra that first introduced in 1986. Bigger than first generation, all the 2nd generation Integras came with a new 1.8 litre DOHC engine. The first VTEC engine in the world is a B16A and was used in an Integra RSi/XSi which bore the chassis serial 1000001. There were two main variants of the top DOHC VTEC model, the RSi and the XSi. The RSi was the base model without any options, while XSi was the fully optioned variant with climate control and optional sunroof and ABS. The XSi had a 0–100 km time of 7.2 seconds and completed a standing quarter mile in 15.1 seconds. This top ranked DOHC VTEC model was complemented by more docile models that used dual-carburator or PGM-Fi versions of the versatile ZC engine but in the more compact SOHC configuration.
Acura Integra offered in three trim level: base RS, mid-level LS, and sporty GS. No airbag was offered, but all Integras of this era have motorized front shoulder belts. They also have all-disc brakes and power rack-and-pinion steering. Antilock brakes were standard on the GS, but not available on lesser Integras.
In this diagram, you can see the system wiring diagram configurations of 1990-1993 Honda Acura Integra. It shows the various electrical circuits, fuses, distributor, etc. It also includes electric windows, seats, wipers, etc. To download the complete 1990-1993 Honda Acura Integra wiring diagram, click the each part of this pdf file, part 1, part 2, and part 3.
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Honda CR-V has been introduced in 1996. It was one of the first small car-like SUVs on the market. The CR-V employed carlike unibody construction and a 4-wheel independent suspension. At 103.1 inches, the CR-V wheelbase was 8.2 inches longer than that of the similar 4-door Toyota RAV4, but 8.4 inches shorter than the span of a 4-door Ford Explorer. Overall length, at 176.4 inches, was 14.4 inches longer than the RAV4 but 12.1 inches shorter than the Explorer. he CR-V’s all-wheel drive system was not designed for real off-road adventures, but it’s proven to be helpful on slippery roads. In normal conditions, Honda CR-V is powered by the front wheels. As the front wheels lose traction and start slipping, the rear wheels kick in to help.
Click here to download the 1997 Honda CR-V manual.
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Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1997 Honda Civic Del Sol. The Del Sol was one of the Honda product that have unique styled, Civic-based 2-seat “semiconvertible” opens to the sun via a lift-off aluminum roof panel. The Del Sol came with three type; S model, sport Si model, and Del Sol VTEC. The S model with a peppy 106-horsepower engine borrowed from the totally redesigned Honda Civic. The sporty Si model has a 127-horsepower SOHC VTEC engine and a beefier suspension than the S. In addition to more horsepower, Si’s have aluminum wheels, power door locks and power mirrors. The top-of-the-line del Sol VTEC offers a whopping 160-horsepower engine and antilock brakes.
A 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine powered the base S model, while the sportier Si carried a 1.6-liter 125-horsepower four with variable valve timing. Five-speed manual and optional 4-speed automatic transmissions were available, and a driver-side airbag was standard.
In this diagram, you can see the system wiring diagram configurations of 1997 Honda Civic Del Sol. It shows the various electrical circuits, fuses, distributor, etc. It also includes electric windows, seats, wipers, etc. To view the complete 1997 Honda Civic Del Sol wiring diagram, click here to download.
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Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1990 Honda Civic LX. The 1990 Honda Civic was produced as a fourth generation car from 1988 to 1991 and features several different body styles and trim packages. The hatchback comes in standard, DX and Si trim packages, while the four-door sedan models come in DX, LX and EX trims. The LX trim is the middle trim level for the 1990 Honda Civic featuring 14-inch wheels and power options such as power windows, locks, mirrors, steering and cruise control. Other standard features include cloth seating, bucket seats, rear window defroster, intermittent windshield wipers and a tachometer.
The LX sedan features a fuel-injected 1.5-liter inline four SOHC 16-valve engine with 92 horsepower at 5,500 rpm. A five-speed manual transmission comes standard, with an optional four-speed automatic transmission. The Civic’s 11.9-gallon fuel tank receives 31 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 34 mpg on the freeway.
These diagrams cover 1990 Honda Civic LX system wiring diagram. It shows the various electrical circuits like air conditioning, anti-lock brake circuits, anti-theft circuit, computer data line, cooling fan circuit, etc. It also includes cruise control circuit, defoger circuit, engine performance circuit, exterior lamp circuit, etc. Click here to download the complete 1990 Honda Civic LX system wiring diagram.
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Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1982 Honda Civic. In the earlier 1980, Civic debuted with a more angular shape, increased engine power, and larger dimensions in all models. The wheelbase now measured 88.6 inches (2,250 mm) for the hatchback and 91.3 inches (2,319 mm) for the wagon. All Civic engines now used the CVCC design; the base 1335 cc (“1300″) engine made 55 hp (41 kW), while the 1488 cc (“1500″) engine produced 67 hp (50 kW). Three transmissions were offered: a four-speed manual (on base models), a five-speed manual and a two-speed automatic. The Civic 1300 and 1500 came in base and DX versions, and the latter featured a five-speed manual transmission, partial cloth seats, carpet, rear window defroster, intermittent wipers, and a cigar lighter. The 1500 GL added radial tires, a rear window wiper/washer, tachometer, clock, and body side moldings. The Civic wagon came in a single version that was similar to the DX trim level. In 1980 a three-box four-door sedan debuted, as did a three-speed automatic transmission that replaced the aging two-speed unit. Rectangular headlamps and black bumpers appeared on the 1982 Civic.
These diagrams cover 1982 Honda Civic system wiring diagram. It shows the various electrical circuits like air conditioning, anti-lock brake circuits, anti-theft circuit, computer data line, cooling fan circuit, etc. It also includes cruise control circuit, defoger circuit, engine performance circuit, exterior lamp circuit, etc. Click here to download the complete 1982 Honda Civic system wiring diagram.
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Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1997 Honda CR-V. The CR-V is the first sport-utility designed solely by Honda and it is intended primarily for urban use, which is why it is built on a car chassis and has a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine. The advantage of the four-cylinder engine is much better gas mileage than a bigger SUV, and the disadvantage is the inability to tow or haul as much. Horsepower is 126, again about the same as a compact sedan, but the engine is designed to deliver extra torque, or pulling power, so that it feels bigger. The CR-V is not meant to replace hard-core recreational vehicles like the Jeep Wrangler or Toyota 4Runner. Instead, it is meant for the person who wants the functionality of a sport utility without having to pay an exorbitant sticker price and huge gas bills.
These diagrams cover Honda CR-V system wiring diagram. It shows the various electrical circuits like air conditioning, anti-lock brake circuits, anti-theft circuit, computer data line, cooling fan circuit, etc. It also includes cruise control circuit, defoger circuit, engine performance circuit, exterior lamp circuit, etc. Click here to download the complete Honda CRV system wiring diagram.
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Herein you will see a warning system circuit diagram of the 1997 Honda CR-V. This warning system circuit diagram is consisting of interior light fuse, underhood fuse/relay box, interior light system, instrument light fuse, meter fuse, underdash fuse/relay box, beeper circuit, seat belt reminder light, integrated control unit, driver’s door switch, ignition key light control unit, interior lights and anti theft system, ignition key switch, driver’s seat belt switch, etc. This wiring diagram offers clear description on the internal components of first generation CR-V warning system with parts positioning. This warning system wiring diagram also provides information on electrical voltage direction with cable color explanation to avoid wrong connection that leads to electrical malfunction. Click the picture below to view the Honda CR-V warning system circuit diagram.