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cranks rubustly is first, robust means over 250rpm.
watch scotty, oldest set of tests there are, 1929 to now.

1994 Honda... | Answered 4 hours ago

then usually means spark is bad.(damp kills high voltage spark)
why guess.
why not do the 60,000 mile tuneup now. and amazing , spark starts working...
if it dont start, we check spark, first not fuel.
why. because if the ECU even thinks spark is bad, it cuts fuel
so car dont crash and burn,like seen on TV.
that is the way it works.
spark first (if compression good )
do the tune up. listed in the operator guide

read the serivce page, on 60k listed items ,is this not clear?

60k tuneups are critical items. (if car is serious transportation)

1994 Honda... | Answered 6 hours ago

if you have the serial number for the radio I have the code.I also just went threw this my also was a factory install.I have a 1995 accord

1994 Honda... | Answered 6 hours ago

como desbloqueo un radio honda accord 2002 tengo el U1119 y L 1135 gracias

2002 Honda... | Answered on May 18, 2018

Check for spark at one of the plugs . If you have spark spray a shot of carburetor cleaner into the throttle body and see if she fires up .

Honda Accord... | Answered on May 17, 2018

engine mounts> cv shaft and joints??

1991 Honda... | Answered on May 09, 2018

Hi Kristi You need a mechanic to look at this for you.
What you are describing is a possible Head gasket fault, if the engine is running erratic and now will not start the spark plugs could be wet.
If this is the case if you try to start it or run the engine it could cause a lot more damage.
Signs for head gasket :- rapid engine temperature rise, boiling of coolant, erratic idle to the point of no start, coolant loss excess water from exhaust probable white smoke from exhaust when engine is running. Water leaking either external to head gasket, water leaking internal of engine i.e. into bores. Water leaking into engine oil.
This can be seen via dipstick will show raised oil level and possibly a creamy texture. can be confirmed by excessive creamy substance in oil filler cap and rocker cover. Now on saying this it could be something more simple like an under active cooling fan. This is why I advise someone to look at it before you start spending money on things it might not be. Good luck

1991 Honda... | Answered on May 09, 2018

I have a 2005 accord, and this worked for me.

1)Turn on engine w/ radio off. Push and hold down buttons 1, 6, and power.
2)I got the letter "U" followed by 4 numbers and then letter "L" followed by 4 numbers; write down those numbers.
3) Go to
4)Click on Owners home link.
5)On that page you should see an option for retrieving radio codes for honda/acura
6)you will need to enter Vin#, home phone number and zip code fo the original owner. This will then give you the radio code..

2005 Honda... | Answered on May 09, 2018

the FSM covers the tests here.
get one
or login to

2010 Honda... | Answered on May 03, 2018

2008 Honda... | Answered on May 01, 2018

There has to be a harness to supply power to the bulb. You have to remove the lens from the outside. There is a plastic latch on the end of the lens that is pushed in to remove the lens from the trunk lid. Then the bulb and harness can be removed.

2001 Honda... | Answered on May 01, 2018

See picture below of drivers side fuse panel and run these tests at the relay holder pins:

E is ground...measure resistance between it and ground (someplace else on the car) to make sure it is 0 ohms or at least very close to it.

B terminal should be 12 volts, if not, you might have a blown fuse (#1), or a faulty hazard switch.

Short B and L and flip hazard switch. If nothing happens, bad #20 fuse, bulbs, poor ground, bad hazard switch, or cut wire.

With B and L still shorted, flip turn signal either direction. If nothing happens, you have bad signal switch.

If all tests pass, the relay is bad.


1992 Honda... | Answered on Apr 29, 2018

I had this problem half year ago, and traced to bad spark plugs. Seem like two of the plugs were the correct type for my 95 Accord LX. They did not fire correctly and eventually both ignited together causing exempt interference with the high voltage coil. I cannot explain more than this, but pull the plugs and see which one or two may be bad and also check the high voltage coil and spark wires. Good luck.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Apr 10, 2018

On you Honda Accord the main relay is located.
On left side of dash, under the Instrument Panel. Left side of the Steering Column.
To get axces You will need to Remove the Cruise Control Module. That is attached with 2, 10mm screws. one on the Steering column, the other one at the dash braket.
after you remove the cruise control module, you will see a Little Box Gray colour, Is a Relay more biger than a Regular Relay.
The NUMBER on the RELAY is : RZ0088.

OK.. I hope this help on your question.
Thank you for use fixya.

1992 Honda... | Answered on Mar 30, 2018

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