No. The Accord is /totally/ different from the Integra in just about every
Any Helm/Honda manual for 1986, 1987, 1988 or 1989 will do, but you'll find
small differences from one year to the next. An actual '87 is best. Later
Helm manuals will incorporate all four years in one book.
Make sure the Integra manual you buy is for the North American market!
There are European manuals floating around. These are useless for American
I did find an old used Haynes for the 88 Acura for about $5, but it
doesn't even look worth the few dollars. I realize most of the specs
in the manual will be wrong, but I thought some of the procedures
might prove helpful in a general sort of way. One thing that caught
my eye in the Accord service manual was a graphical identification of
the body parts using a "generic" looking car. Well, the drawing
looked suspiciously like my Integra, rather than an Accord.
Anyway, thanks for the tip.
If you're lucky, you can get this off ebay for $14 shipped:
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