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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 86 IROC heater core
Removal & Installation
1.Disconnect negative battery cable. Drain cooling system. Disconnect heater hoses from heater core, and plug openings. Detach hood release cable. Remove both dash side panels. Remove left and right lower dash trim panels. Remove glove box. Remove 7 screws securing center accessory console. Disconnect wires on accessory console, and remove accessory console. Remove control cables at heater case.
2.Remove 4 bolts securing steering column to instrument panel. Lower steering column. Remove 2 bolts from instrument panel mounts at far left and right sides of instrument panel. Remove defroster duct trim on top of dash. Remove instrument cluster screws. Pull instrument cluster out slightly. Disconnect electrical connections and speedometer cable from instrument cluster. Remove instrument cluster.
3.Disconnect all electrical connectors from instrument panel. Remove parking brake console. Remove glove box. Remove bolts securing instrument panel support to floorpan. Remove all instrument panel mounting bolts. Remove instrument panel.
4.Separate heater case from blower. Remove 3 nuts and pull heater
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
There could be a problem with power supply to the fuse box from the battery or a bad earth point chech the connections first and then test the wiring.See if there are common components not operating , this may indicate a curtain circuit failure.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: 1989 Honda Accord charging issue
the fusibile links on these things ****, try new ones. There under that plastic cover under the hood. Had to replace 2 of them on 2 '89 models I owned (U can get them from a junk yard for free if its a pull-yourself-place, just stick em in your pocket haha. I tried buying new fusible links from auto part stores and the damn things they sold me were completely WRONG so go to a junkyard, my '87 accord (same car, same design) had a similar problem, we replaced the alternator only to find out later it was the dang battery! Good luck either way.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
follow all power source to the fuse panel over time road vibration
or even rust can this problem check to see if you have additional
fuses under your hush panel replace o one more thing checto see if your ignition module has good connection its by your cars fire wall.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
The instructions for installing a new alternator usually read to fully charge the battery (12.3 - 12.8 volt range). Otherwise, the alternator will be damaged when it initializes. I have seen some extreme damage result from installing a new alternator with a low-charge battery. The torque required to turn an alternator when damaged in this scenario is unbelieveable!
Posted on May 02, 2009
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