Browse factory OEM used Honda Prelude replacement parts list online. View our used Honda Prelude vehicles catalog for wholesale car parts. Car photos are of actual stock, not diagrams!
Here's a sample of some Honda Prelude parts we currently stock:
|Part Price||Part Year||Part Description||Part Image||Date Published|
|$20||1999||GLOVE COMPARTMENT BOX||09/27/2016|
|$20||1998||Control REAR RIGHT UPPER ARM
THREADING ON STUD IS DAMAGED
|$75||1999||Back (2nd row) REAR SEATS ASSEMBLY black
|$20||1999||IGNITION IGNITER COIL||06/19/2015|
|$25||2001||ENGINE FUSE BOX NO LID||05/30/2014|
|$20||1999||AC Pipe Line A/C SUCTION HOSE
on one end of the ac line, there is gouges on the aluminum. has not pierced the line and is still good. just cosmetic damage
|$20||2000||Ignition IGNITER COIL BOX||05/30/2013|
|$50||2000||Front driver ABS SENSOR||05/30/2013|
|$75||2000||DRIVER WHEEL AIRBAG BLACK||05/30/2013|
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The Honda Prelude is a sports coupe sold from 1978-2001. The popularity was low, mostly due to competition from Honda's other offerings and only sold around 800k units through its lifespan. 14 trim levels were created through its lifespan and differ on generation.
Engine sizes changed through the years but were always a form of 4 cylinder engines.Most transmission options were 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual with the first generation also offering 2&3-speed automatic. The only available body style was the 2-door coupe.
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts are made by the same manufacturer that made the parts for your car when it was originally built. They are designed to fit and function exactly as the original part did, which can help ensure a high level of quality and performance.
Using OEM parts for repairs and maintenance can help preserve the resale value of your vehicle. When you use OEM parts, you can demonstrate that you have taken good care of your vehicle and have used high-quality, manufacturer-approved parts for any repairs or replacements.