Question about Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 92 honda accord lx
okay everybody...i did it myself....replaced the main relay and the TCU box..but i didnt use another OKI manufactured TCU..i bought the Denshigiken manufactured one....(this was a 2nd manufacturing of the TCU)....when it first arrived today i opened the module up to check the resistors and capacitors...and noticed the completely different configuration and parts inside...this worried me..but i hooked it up anyways...to my amazement all problems vanished ..and everything works now..(cruise control, shift interlock, D4 light, tranny shift, brake light, intermittent no start, everything that was wrong..must have ran through this stupid little resistor) ......i solved his problem for less than $100.00..and less than an hours work....i can get more of these Main relays and TCUs if someone needs or needs help locating and removing/installing new pieces...email me at email@example.com or call me @816-286-8851..ill be glad to help
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Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: my 1990 honda accord wont
If it cranks and will not start there are a couple of thing to check. The first is to make sure you really have a problem. Get a gas can and add fuel to the vehicle. Even if you are certain you are not out of fuel, gas gauges have been known to fail and I have had it solve what I was sure was a real problem.
In the summer, the interior of the car gets very hot if you have the windows rolled up and that will cause the fuel relay to fail. If you roll down the windows and wait awhile, I found that the car will start. If that is the case, you have a fuel relay problem. The relay is located under the dash on the driver's side and if you do a search on the internet you can find a diagram for the one that you have. It is a plug in repair, but it is a little hard to change because you have to put your head under the dash to change it.
If it will not start after the interior has cooled off, chances are it is not the relay. If the car cranks and appears to start until you let off the key and then dies, it is probably an ignition switch. An Ignition switch for your Civic can be changed out by taking apart the plastic around the steering column and by removing a couple of bolts, it is a plug-in repair.
If either of these do not fix the problem, then remove a spark plug and verify that you have a good spark. If there is no spark, the ignition module might need to be replaced.
Hope that this helps
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
CALL YOUR LOCAL DEALER!! there is a interlock update on the car... try that first.. but the the sensor in the shift might be bad.. you can unplug it to check if that's the problem it's under the center councel ... if your looking down at the shifter it's on the left side you can actual reach your had undter the plastic on the driver side and unplug it (by the carpet) just take out the one or two screws on the side by the carpet and i think it's a single wire up along the left side of the shifter...
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
check for spark at the spark plug wire, if theres no spark then id say the distrubutor is no good, replace disturbutor and car should run,also if coil is sperate from dist, then try a coil first, if its in dist, then replace complete unit. if you have spark at the plug then check for fuel preasure. hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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