The weather is cold, I used my defroster yesterday morning. The window had snow on it. I left home about 11 am. Running errands, about 2 pm went to wal-mart, shopped maybe an hour and a half. Came out to find a shatterd back glass. Police are checking tapes to see if someone hit it. He thinks it shattered because of the weather. Is this possible? Thanks Linda
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It is located in the SJB smart junction box , it's a fuse / relay center / microprocessor ! Fuse # F2.10 30 amp . location -behind left side dash panel . Also check the accessory relay . Top relay left side , same location SJB .
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I doubt it is the ECM, that doesn't really make any sense to me. I believe your fuel pump is the issue. What do you mean it isn't on under these conditions? When you do a long errand it start and is fine, right? It is heating up during your drive, then won't start up after your short errand. That's why I ask if a longer errand would be fine, and obviously in cold weather, this would be the same. A longer errand lets it cool down.
Does the engine crank and turn over easily when it is hot? If not, it could just be the battery, but I kind of doubt it. Also, you are using premium 92 octane gas right? That care needs it.
Lastly, if you give it some gas before you start and while you start it, you may get it started. I'd hit the pedal a few times before starting and definitely hit the gas when you start it.
Change the mass air flow meter.Its located on the inlet pipe from the air filter.Also change the air filter.That gets damp in cold and snowy conditions causing the fuel mixture to be to ritch.That will cause the engine management light to come on.Good luck phil.
Could be the Fuse!
Could be the Wiper Motor Burn't Out if Blades were frozen to windshield when turned on
Until you fix the problem you can buy RainX Wipe-On Glass Solution or Windsheild Washer Fluid which as unbelievable as it sounds will allow you to drive in the all but the worst downpours of rain without wipers!
I love the RainX Windsheild Washer Fluid and rarely use my wipers.
Check the fuses and try RainX and get back to me!
Hope this Helps!
This can be caused by a heater core that is leaking inside the car, one way to determine if that's the problem, is if you can smell antifreeze. It is a 'sweet' smell, and is quite noticeable. If u don't notice this, I have to say this is a common problem w/ Hondas. I've had a civic, 2 accords (currently have a 92), and 2 Preludes, they are great cars, but they all suffer from fogged up windows in cold weather. One reason is that they are quite air tight, and the older models don't have the greatest defroster system (weak). Try and keep a window cracked open slightly, see if that helps.