Question about 1992 Honda Accord
This is caused by the main relay. its right under the dashboard. i had the exact same problem and resoldered it, and it worked.
here are a couple of pages that might help. something that might help too while you get it fixed, is everytime that happens, take out the ECU fuse in the fuse box thats in the engine, take it out for a couple of minutes to give the main relay time to cool off. then plug it back in and try again. Goodluck
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