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Where is the fusible link in a 1991 honda accord.

Car started, then shut off. When I tried to restart car, I heard a pop, like something blew. Car wants to start but won't. Please help. I am a female trying to fix my car.

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Honda uses real fuses in most cases. There should be some large amp fuses in the box near the battery. You may need to use a test light or meter to check the fuses for power.

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Not sure if the fusible link is the problem. It sounds more like you have something wrong in the electrical system. If you want to try replacing the fusible link, you can order it on line at www.napaonline.com. But the problem could be as simple as a bad battery. When you turn the key, do the lights come on for your radio or guages?

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94-97 accord have common issue on key ignition. Key ignition seems to corroded. Solution take it apart clean or best way is to replace it. I know because I have done it to 94 accord 4 cylinders, 95 accord 6 cylinders and 97 accord 4 cylinders.

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SOURCE: hooked up the battery reversed polarity. Blew the fusible link but replaced it. Now the car will crank but not start.

start checking fuses hopefully its just another blown fuse if your lucky

but if all the fuses are good, you probably fried something like the computer or ignition module and probably the radio

hopefully its something simple and cheep but don't be surprised if you have to shell out some cash to replace the computer

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SOURCE: car brake lights won t turn off when car is shut down Honda accord lx 1992

possible bad brake light switch below the brake peddle.

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SOURCE: car brake lights won t turn off when car is shut down 1996 Honda Odyssey

It should be your brake light switch. There is a little plate welded to the arm of the pedal that has a hole with a rubber stopper. The rubber stopper is most likely missing, or damaged. You should be able to take a flashlight and see the plate and the switch. If the hole is plugged up, you will need the brake light switch, if not, replace the plug.

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I guess you can repair the relay box, but replacing it might be a better bet ($50). I took my car to three different mechanics before any of them had heard of this problem.

The fix was simple, but the problem was hard to diagnose.

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