Question about 1991 Honda Accord
Check the timing belt to see if it's broken by removing valve cover and upper plastic timing cover. If it's broke at the bottom you might not be able to tell unless someone turns the motor over once and the cam doesn't move. Or you can pull on the belt until it comes out or if it is really loose. Another thing to check is the Main Relay under the dash above your left foot/gas pedal. It's mounted above the cruise control module. You can get in there and tap it while someone is turning the key on to start it. If it starts, you have found your problem. Replace it.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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