Question about 1997 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 94 accord d4 light
It could be from the sounds of it but just to be sure you need to count the flashes and pauses from the light because it is actually flashing a fault code at you.
If you want to check it I think it is located above the brake pedal on a bracket which also mounts a few other gadgets.
It will either be grey or orange.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
I had a '91 Accord. When the car would get hot, i.e., sitting closed up in the hot sun, the car would not start. Not even turn over. I don't know what the D4 light is. I called John Eagle in Houston where I bought it brand new. The service supervisor said it was probably the main fuel relay. I think that's what he called it (it's been a few years). This relay shuts the gasoline off to the engine when the car gets too hot. It is a safey thing so that the car won't catch on fire, like in the case of an accident. He said to open all the doors and raise the hood so the car can cool off. Sure enough, after about 15 minutes or so, the car would start right up. If I remember correctly, I think the relay is located under the carpet on/near the firewall on the driver's side. Seems like the Honda OEM part was about $80.00. Don't know if this helps or not, but I thought I would throw in my two cent's. Good luck.
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: 92 honda accord lx D4 flashes
you have a transmission fault the D4 light blinks to tell you that there is a transmission problem when the light is blinking the transmission computer put the transmission into limp home mode so it will not shift normally and you should try not to drive it very far when it gets to this stage you need to have the transmission codes check to pin point the problem
Posted on May 29, 2009
You more than likely have a problem with the TCU (transmission control unit). It may also be other things. You need to seek professional help before spending money on a TCU that may or may not be the problem. It takes an expert to diagnose this problem.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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