There is a light on the dash that says either "ALB" or ABS". I think yours
will say "ALB". It's one of those lights that comes on when you first turn
the ignition on, but before you start the car.
If you can't see inside, you can also peek under the car at the front
brakes (not easy to see). Look for an electrical wire going to the hub near
the CV joint. It will be near the top of the CV joint.
Once you get the axle loose from the hub you will see the most obvious
difference: ABS axles have a castellated collar (like a sprocket) just
inboard of the hub. At least make sure the replacement matches yours in that
respect. It's nice to have a confidence check on the length, but that's
nearly impossible until you get the thing out.
The Canadian EX and U.S. EX were not the same. In fact, on that version
of Accord, most of the trim level designations were different.
U.S. levels: DX, LX, EX, SE
Canadian levels: LX, EX, EX-R, SE
On a '92 Canadian Accord, you would have needed to get an EX-R to get ABS.
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