Question about 1994 Honda Accord
My car had problems starting when it was hot here in Fresno a couple of months ago. What I would do, then, is wait for a few minutes. Eventually, after leaving it alone for about half an hour, it will start.
I've changed my Ignition wires a couple months ago just because it was warped and won't go into its chamber (where the spark plug goes) located over the top of the engine. It's been working fine since then, even when I had to start it at a 100 degrees outside. I thought that was the problem. I never had a problem starting it since then.
Tonight, I couldn't start the car again. It's about 80 degrees out.
When I turn the ignition switch on, it goes through the normal initialization of the different modules and circuits. Self tests are ok. No engine light on. D4 would come on every few times, as I tried to start it a few times observing the panel for any sign at all. Nothing. Things are ok there. I would turn off the ignition and back on and it (D4 blinking) will go away. Crank it up, still, won't start.
Before, at times, I would stop to get gas and when I am done refueling, I would see the D4 blink. I found out that this is telling me that TCM (Transmission Control Module) has a problem. When I start the car with the D4 blinking, engine starts, but I don't have normal transmission power. Seems like it is slipping. The car will move very sluggishly. I would turn of the engine and restart it immediately ... it will start normally, without D4 blinking ... and I would have normal transmission conditions.
The D4 has not come on till tonight. Like I mentioned it will go out if I turn the ignition key off, then back on.
I am suspecting that it might be my Fuel Pump. I noticed that I would not hear it come on just before I engage the key to start position. While I wait for an answer, I will look up my Electrical Diagram and see if the Fuel Pump is being powered up, hopefully accessible via the junction terminals in the Engine Compartment.
I would appreciate any suggestions.
I had similar problem with my 91 Accord. Check this link http://techauto.awardspace.com/mainrelay.html out for how to fix the relay.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: this my sec trans and
you have problem with your transmission computer located under your dashboard behind your radio comparment i had the same problem replaced that for a used one or rebilt one and solve
just make sure they sincronized again with transmission
Posted on May 05, 2011
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