Question about 2001 Honda Civic LX
Usually when it is warm. If I try enough times, it will eventually fire. It may just be luck, but if I put jumper cables on it will fire. I've read many posts and it seems like it is the main relay (PCM-FI?). I've located the relays behind the glove box, but can't seem to make heads or tails of where the main relay is. I spent considerable time looking up behind the driver's side based on pictures I found on line, but I don't know if the picture I was looking at was for a 2001. I need to know if I'm on the right track and which relay should I try first?
Your Civic has two PGM-FI main relays. The diagram I have does not indicate a physical location but if you trace the WHT/BLK lead from the underhood fuse/relay box you will find them
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have an 04 ex i had the car not start and then shut off i found it to be a ground in the engine bay the one in the front was coroded, and i also checked out the fuses and relays behind the glove box at they did was a clicking noise. hope that helps out.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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