Question about 1997 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 honda accord lx
The fuel Pump relay (main relay)
On your Honda Accord is located:
Left side of the dash, near left side of the steering column.
On direction under the Instrument cluster.
You will need to remove the Cruise control Module if your car is equipaded with cruise control.
The cruise control module is atached fro 2 screw 10mm.
One on the steering column the other one at the Instrument bracket.
After you remove the cruise computer, you will see the relay.
Is a little bigger that a regular relay colour gray.
And the number on the relay is : RZ0088.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: vss for honda accord 95
there is a ten millimeter bolt holding it in remove this then depending if you have a factory or afterrmarket replacement you may have to remove the three tourqe scews fom sensor and replace just the electrical portion of the swith and reuse the shaft. Be sure to lubricate the shafts oring before reinstalling and double check to makesure the sensor is seated before installing the ten millimeter bolt. this can some times be tricky because the gear on the sensor doesnt mesh eith the gear in the diff just rotate the sensor side to side if this happens until it bottoms out
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
on the very top of the fuse/relay box in driver's side kick panel. on the very top of the fuse/relay box have 3 relay , the blowe motor relay is the center one.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
The main relays on Hondas are well known for failure. Usually due to dry joints inside (solder breaks down after time).
This is the usual location of the main relay (if not there, then look on other side of dash):
This is what the relay looks like:
If you're technically inclined, you can gently lift the tabs to open the relay...inspect the solder joints with a magnifying glass. Any broken joints, you can attempt to solder the joint correctly, then retry the relay.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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