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Old 01-20-2010, 07:15 AM   #1
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Default Differences between 97-99 CL and 98-02 Accord

Since Honda doesn't make it easy for me to figure out which parts are the same for which vehicles, I was wondering if anyone knew how similar the CL, and Accord are in construction...Let's compare the 3.0 models of each.

I've searched, and I've searched, and I've searched... but I keep coming up empty handed.

I fail at searching. Please pity me Accord section
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isn't the Cl to the accord the same as what the integra is to the civic?
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isn't the Cl to the accord the same as what the integra is to the civic?
I was hoping you knew the answer to that. I don't know.
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97-99cl has the same chassis as the 94-97 accord
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97-99cl has the same chassis as the 94-97 accord
Are you sure? Can you verify/explain?
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yes im sure... pretty much everything bolts up and are interchangable on these vehicles.
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The four cylinder versions of the CL and Accord for those years use the same F23A1 engine.
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Are you sure? Can you verify/explain?
all aftermarket parts for my 98 CL have been for a 94-97 Accord. Cat-back exhaust, mount inserts, etc... But whats also good about this is that the OEM Acura parts are almost always at least $10-15 more then the Honda parts, so I always cross reference OEM parts between the 2 to save a few bucks
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