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Honda 96 wont start

Where is the speed sensor relay???

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  • Jomary Oct 18, 2008

    is this the same as the main relay???

  • Jomary Dec 15, 2008

    it was the coputer of the car !!!

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Looking down behind the distributor on the gearbox ,a triangle shape with 2 small bolts and a plug with wires in the centre.i had trouble finding it as well.hardest part was getting to it,it took me 30 mins to replace.

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

  • chewym Oct 19, 2008

    i am sure that the main relay is located behind the dash,i am in australia so maybe we call it a different name.

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