I have a 1992 Honda Accord EX 5 speed that does not start
I have a 1992 Honda Accord EX 5 speed.Full Battery charge Checked Fusible link, Safty interlock switch, Starter & solinid all OK. Car will Start and run if jumper wire in between small solinoid terminal and + on battery??? NEED HELP
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all cars. the first test (old post ) is 1: is the compressor clutch energized (locked) and compressor spinning at full speed? that is the 1st. once we have that, we move to the next test. its not hard, but is tedious and you need a voltmeter. if no up to having a meter, or the tedium , say so. if you want pure wild gussing ,say so..
my wild guess, (will be wrong 99% time) low freon. (based on age (old)
A/C Problem usuallyabout 200,000 miles (specifically high pressure hose leaks and compressor clutch usually within 30,000 miles of the hose going.)
At about 250,000 miles or so the main relay goes usually at about 290,000 Torque convertor in Automatic Transmission starts to slip.. Manual tranny can't say too much there depends on how you drive . replace clutches at every 50K or at 150K depends on driver.The cat and the mufflers usually go at abot 190,000 give or take (depends how much water you drove threw). Lastly fast idle cam valve about every 120,000. As you can see this is a great car to own.
i`d say your battery is already dead(not able to hold charge) the car requires the continuous flow of power from the altinator. if the the power dies then your altinator is not supplying it properly. get it checked and replaced if nesesary.
good question. what i would have to tell you is to have the car checked again to make sure that you get the same code than i would see if there is any warranty on this if not you will have to have a repair shop perform the repairs You might be able to get the part from autozone or cragen that will save you some money there
best regards mike
You must go through your local honda dealer, (usually parts department) give them the numbers off the labels on the radio, along with the VIN number of the car. may have to prove ownership. They can call Honda and get that information for you. Process is alot easier if you someone that works in the parts department, if not the honda parts department, then another parts department at another car dealer.
you say it s a vaccumm problem but dont forget a burnt valve that will make it idle up and down too. I have a 1992 honda accord ex and that was my problem. it was idling up and down too.you can have the compression checked to verify this.