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Often the most frustrating aspect about doing work on your vehicle is the search for a reliable source of quality parts. Quality parts and accessories are necessary to keep your Honda on the road whatever the environment. On those occasions when you want Honda CRX parts, you'll do well to look for the finest auto parts available - and here at you always see the most reasonable prices on or off the Internet all handled with the very best in order fulfillment. If your car has problems, the clear approach is acquiring a new top-notch replacement or OEM auto part to restore your Honda in top condition.

The quality and high value of a Honda CRX are two reasons for remember to use performance and aftermarket parts with equal level of value; those parts don't have to cost an arm and a leg. Swing by PartsGeek any time you require high quality automotive parts and you'll be rewarded with our topnotch service and a great price every day. The CRX has a reputation as a reliable car but with wear the best-designed cars and trucks require routine maintenance or new replacement parts. Honda sells critically acclaimed vehicles, particularly the CRX, and they are regularly seen on roads in the US.

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Honda CRX

When Honda built the first-generation CRX, they were not thinking of the US market. Their demographic was the young Japanese professionals who spent too many commuter hours struggling with Tokyo-level traffic. But American Honda loved the CRX, and pitched the car to Honda's Japanese executives as a sport compact. The Japanese bought into the idea and the CRX made its way to the U.S. The Honda CRX is a front-wheel-drive sport compact car manufactured by Honda between 1983 and 1991. Although there are many variant definitions for the acronym CRX, the most widely accepted are "Civic rally cross", and "Civic renaissance model X" In the US, the CRX was marketed as an economy sport Kammback, with room for two passengers. Redesigned in 1988 and produced until 1991, the CRX was popular for its performance, nimble handling, and good fuel economy. The CRX was Motor Trend magazine's Import Car of the Year in 1984 and 1990. It also made Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1985. The redesigned CRX was on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1988. The U.S. version of the second generation CRX employed the use of side impact door beams on some models. These models can be identified by the mounting position of the safety belts. If the belt is mounted in the door, the beams give additional reinforcement. If the belt is mounted in the body, it remains unbuttressed.

Even though the first generation Honda CRX was only produced from 1984 to 1987, there were numerous changes for the 1986 model year. On top of a stiffer chassis, the Si gained 14-inch alloy wheels and two-tone paint across the line. It doesn't sound like much, but there are numerous parts that don't interchange from 1985 to 1986, from wiring harnesses to door panels Uncharacteristically for Hondas, which were normally reliable, early non-Si CVCC engines had a habit of spitting out head gaskets. Brake wear and warping could also be a problem, as people tended to drive the cars hard and there's little room for brakes behind the 13 and 14-inch wheels. On the other hand, problems with the five-speed manual transmission were unlikely, and the Si engine had a unique head that could last more or less indefinitely with proper maintenance.

If you are considering the purchase of a used CRX today, the biggest concern will be rust. The floors tended rust out, and with them go the stiffeners to which the torsion bars are attached. A torsion bar is a type of suspension system that keep the tires in contact with the surface of the road, support the weight of a vehicle and absorb the forces generated by the movement and motion of the vehicle. So if they collapse, it is bound to be a bit of an inconvenient surprise, like when the vehicle mushes out when hard cornering. So if you buy a used CRX, have it thoroughly checked out, and if you need to replace anything check partsgeek for affordable Honda CRX oem and aftermarket parts.

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Reviewer: cosmicavenger

These were great! excellent quality, perfect fit, and easy to install. My 90 CRX rides like it did when I bought it in 90.

1990 Honda CRX Trailing Arm Bushing

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Reviewer: Donnie P

A difficult part to find, PG came through. Only problem was it took 13 days to arrive.

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Reviewer: cosmicavenger

Excelent replacement for the control arm on my 90 Honda CRX. Fit perfect.

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The parts were correct and delivery was prompt. The price was very competative too.