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My 1990 honda accord for some time has had the s(green) light blinking off and on, had it is solid S green and it seems as it won't shift gears, I don't have power like before? what happened?


The flashing s light means a transmission problem. The transmission computer is under the carpet on passenger side under where you put your feet. Pull down the carpet to see the diagnostic light. Turn on the key to count the flashes to get the code. Pulll a list of codes from the internet.
If your trans shifts properly if you manually shift it thru the gears, going from D1, D2 D3 but feels like it is starting in second when in drive at a stop, the computer is probably the issue, and can be repaired or exchanged for a good computer, lots of companies do this ,find 1 on the internet.

Sep 18, 2014 | 1990 Honda Accord

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Intermittent starting problem


Sounds like the starter solenoid on the starter has failing contacts, and needs replacing.

May 18, 2012 | 1990 Honda Concerto

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Engin light stays on


The ECM has detected a fault in one or more of its systems. Go here,
extreme-check-engine-light-codes.com
and it will explain what to do to extract any codes that are stored.
Come back here with the code(s) and I can try and help further.

Oct 11, 2011 | 1993 Honda Accord

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Check engine light on


1990-95 FOUR CYLINDER ACCORD AND 1992-95 PRELUDE
See Figures 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
On 1990-95 Accord (except V-6) and 1992-95 Prelude, the codes are read from the check engine light after the two-wire service connector has been jumpered. On Accords, the service connector is under the dash on the passenger side. On Preludes, it is located behind the center console. Codes 1 through 9 are indicated by a series of short flashes; two-digit codes use a long flash for the first digit followed by the appropriate number of short flashes. For example, Code 14 would be indicated by 1 long flash followed by 4 short flashes. Codes are separated by a pause between displays. Multiple codes are transmitted in an alternating pattern. For example, a code 3 and 14 would be displayed as 3 short flashes (for Code 3) followed by the separator pause, then 1 long flash and 4 short flashes (for Code 14).


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Fig. Fig. 7: Fault codes are read from the check engine light on most late-model vehicles


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Fig. Fig. 8: On Accords, the service connector is located under the dash on the passenger side


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Fig. Fig. 9: The service connector on Preludes is located behind the center console

  1. Use a jumper wire to connect the two terminals of the service connector together.
  2. Turn the ignition switch ON ; the check engine light will display any stored codes by rhythmic flashing.

In the event that a code is encountered which is not on the chart, re-count the number of flashes. If the code is truly wrong, it will be necessary to swap the ECU for a known-good unit and recheck. Since this can be expensive, you may wish to bring the car to a reputable repair facility if no other cause of the failure can be found. This may save you the expense of purchasing an unnecessary part.
  1. If no codes are displayed but a driveablity problem exits, testing of the system individual components is necessary to find the problem. If codes are displayed, follow the appropriate troubleshooting chart in this section.



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Fig. Fig. 10: Fault code chart for 1990-93 Accords

Jan 28, 2011 | 1990 Honda Accord

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Need to find obd in 1990 honda accord


TROUBLE CODES System Diagnosis READING CODES When the "Check Engine'' warning light on the dashboard comes on and stays on, it indicates a problem in the fuel injection/emissions system. Check the ECU for fault codes. On certain models, some codes will not trigger the check engine light; if driveability has suffered, check for stored fault codes. The most common error when using fault codes is to assume the indicated component has failed rather than checking the entire circuit. The presence of a trouble code means simply that the electrical circuit for the named component is not functioning properly. For example, a code for the oxygen sensor circuit does not automatically mean the oxygen sensor has failed. A wire terminal may simply be loose or corroded at the connector. When using diagnostic or fault codes, always remember that the entire circuit including the component must be checked carefully. On 1990-95 Accord (except V-6) and 1992-95 Prelude, the codes are read from the check engine light after the two-wire service connector has been jumpered. On Accords, the service connector is under the dash on the passenger side. On Preludes, it is located behind the center console. Codes 1 through 9 are indicated by a series of short flashes; two-digit codes use a long flash for the first digit followed by the appropriate number of short flashes. For example, Code 14 would be indicated by 1 long flash followed by 4 short flashes. Codes are separated by a pause between displays. Multiple codes are transmitted in an alternating pattern. For example, a code 3 and 14 would be displayed as 3 short flashes (for Code 3) followed by the separator pause, then 1 long flash and 4 short flashes (for Code 14). Fig. 7: Fault codes are read from the check engine light on most late-model vehicles 86804048.gif
Fig. 8: On Accords, the service connector is located under the dash on the passenger side 86804049.gif
Fig. 9: The service connector on Preludes is located behind the center console 86804050.gif
  1. Use a jumper wire to connect the two terminals of the service connector together.
  2. Turn the ignition switch ON; the check engine light will display any stored codes by rhythmic flashing. NOTE: In the event that a code is encountered which is not on the chart, re-count the number of flashes. If the code is truly wrong, it will be necessary to swap the ECU for a known-good unit and recheck. Since this can be expensive, you may wish to bring the car to a reputable repair facility if no other cause of the failure can be found. This may save you the expense of purchasing an unnecessary part.
  3. If no codes are displayed but a driveablity problem exits, testing of the system individual components is necessary to find the problem. If codes are displayed, follow the appropriate troubleshooting chart in this section. Fig. 10: Fault code chart for 1990-93 Accords 86804051.gif
    Fig. 11: Fault code chart for 1994-95 Accords (four cylinder) 86804052.gif
    Fig. 12: Fault code chart for 1992-95 Preludes 86804053.gif

Dec 14, 2010 | 1990 Honda Accord

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I just bought a 1990 honda civic Si 1.6L. i seen after i started it that the check engine light was on. so i pulled back the carpet and looked at the ECU a and it was flashing 6 times then pausing followed...


hook up to a computor at the dealer for the problem codes. Personal computer can be bought at autozone etc. also if you ask they will hook up to a computer for you. The cost is nominal to purchase one.

Nov 03, 2010 | 1990 Honda Civic

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1990 honda accord (s) light flashing


the light is flashing to let u know an electrical fault is present in the trans or the trans control module.

Feb 10, 2009 | 1990 Honda Accord

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Engine light is still on after we have replaced numerous parts


The engine light is on, Have u checked for fault codes? To check codes, pull back carpet on passenger side of car to expose ECU (electronic control unit) at 'foot' location on that side. There is a small LED display at the top of the unit, turn the key on (not running) and check for flashes, u must count the flashes to determine what codes are stored in the computer. Short flashes are for codes 1-9, two digit codes use long flashes for the 1st #, followed by short for the 2nd. There is a pause between codes, so there may be more than one. Check and let me know what u find.

Nov 19, 2008 | 1990 Honda Civic

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Starting in hot weather


Turns out that Hondas are notorious for having starting problems during the summer (sometimes it also happens when you just run them for a short while). I have a 1990 honda civic lx and was having starting problems and noticed that it was mostly during hot days. I got my starter rebuilt but the problem continued. Also I noticed that my car was flashing CODE 16.
The flashing code, together with the starting problems, points to a problem with the MAIN RELAY.
Turn the ignition on and check for codes, pull the carpet back on the passenger side floor and look for the flashing LED, count the flashes--that'll be the code (there's a short pause inbetween codes).
The Main Relay is located under the dash on the driver side, usually on the left hand side, can be up against the left wall, it's a small black unit with a plug. You need to unscrew it from its mounting bracket first. Change the main relay and it should solve your summertime starting problem.

Jul 27, 2008 | 1990 Honda Civic

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94 honda d4 flashes and wont start


Hi

Its flashing a transmission related fault code. Count the flashes before and after the pause and it will give you the fault code.

Post it on here as a comment and we'll tell you what it means.

If it flashes a 1 and then an 8 then you need to renew the main relay.

Regards

Geordie

Jun 21, 2008 | 1994 Honda Accord

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