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SOURCE: 1993 honda accord/ dont know

Sounds like the ignitor in the distributor has gone bad. The cheaper way out is just buying a good used distributor from the bone yard. I've had this same problem several times on these Hondas.

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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SOURCE: intake air temp sensor

It is near the jumbled up plastic mess that Toyota calls "Noise Suppression" It should be plugged into the rubber hose that connects to your throttle body. It is press fitted in and it should pull right out. Good Luck!

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SOURCE: coolant temp sensor

BELOW THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING ON DRIVERS SIDE OF ENGINE

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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SOURCE: getting a low coolant temp code.temp is normal. im

Sometimes there are two Temp sensors. Did you see if you had two?

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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SOURCE: I need the location of the coolant temerature sensor on a 99 taco

Its at the rear of the engine, close to the firewall. Look at the intake part of the engine block for 2 wires that connect into the sensor plug. It is installed vertically.

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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the trans will not allow overdrive until coolant reaches roughly 180 degrees, if the guage shows cool and the trans is not upshifting, or downshifts to third while driving. the problem is either a sticking (or missing) thermostat. follow the lower radiator hose to the engine and find the three 12mm nuts, remove these to get to it. a new toyota t-stat will have a little bleed valve on its face. position it upwards when installing. hope this is helpful.
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