Question about 1994 Honda Prelude
Probably both computers are faulty. Old age and vibrations crack the relay soldered joints inside the comuter (behind rear seat). Sometime invisible cracks, so resolder all relay connections to the board. Disconnect battery; remove rear seat (LHS - two pull-clips under front of seat)) and seat back; unbolt wires etc, unbolt steelwork & computer; open computer case; circuit board with copper strips to it has two black boxes (relays; remove this circuit board & resolder relay-to-circuit board joints. Check other circuit board for bulging capacitors & replace as required with same values. Probably cure all ills - cured all mine!
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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