Question about 1990 Honda Accord
Hi, The clutch adjustment is on the pushrod at the clutch master cyl. at the pedal cluster. Losen the locknut on clutch master cyl. pushrod and turn pushrod in or out to get specified stroke and height at clutch pedal. The pedal stroke should be 5.6" and the height should be 8.25".
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
These cars use a Hydraulic system for their clutches. chances are if your pedal is low it is time for a new clutch providing your slave cylinder is ok. With this system you will have a master cylinder for the clutch and a slave cylinder which moves the clutch itself when push the pedal. you need to make sure their is no leaks in these two parts.
I hope this helps, Allen
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
There is no no camber or caster adjustment on that model. If the car has been in an accident, chances are something is bent. My experience has been that the shock body and/or the steering knuckle is bent. Parts replacement is the only true fix. If the vehicle has had the ride height altered, ie. lowering springs, then there are adjustable upper control arms and ball joints available. These do generally only address the camber angle, not caster, which can also greatly affect handling. hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
SOURCE: 1990 Honda accord horn problem
Horn fuse should be located in the fuse box under the dash on drivers side kick panel. If fuse is good try replacing the horn itself, it might be bad due to the age of the car. They are located behind the front bumper on the left and right side.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Difficult to describe, but I will give it a try.
Inside the driver's side fender, close to the front of the car, there is a bracket that is held in place by one bolt, but which has a short horizontal bar as part of it which has two large clips encircling two cylinderical devices which have wires clipped into them at the bottoms. The one closest to the front (radiator) is the compressor clutch relay. The other one is the condenser fan relay.
Hope this helps you find it.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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