Question about 1995 Honda Accord
Usually the VSS - You can check the code by jumping the "test wire/plug" located behind the pass side plastic kick panel on the lower right. It has a blue tip, place a small wire or a paper clip in the terminals to make a connection. Turn your key forward two clicks to the ACC (not start). Count how many times your "D" light flashes. If it flashes 4 times, you need the VSS changed.
Go to eBay and type: 93 Accord VSS
It's cheap there, Autozone charges over $100.
If it's not that then consider a malfunction in your TCU (Transmission Control Unit) located under the pass side floor carpet by where they put their feet. It's the smaller of the 2 control units. Sometimes there are 2 capacitors that burn out in there. You'd need a Phillips screwdriver to take the TCU apart to look at the circuit board, etc.
If it's not that then consider changing your trans fluid, wiping the magnet tip drain bolt clean and cleaning your shift solenoids. You'll need about 2.5 quarts and it must say Import or Honda Approved on the ATF container. HONDA DOES NOT RECOMMEND GETTING A TRANSMISSION FLUSH. Good luck...
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The alternator is generally mounted low on the engine on the firewall side. This makes access very awkward. The work must be done both over-the-fender and from below, depending on your agility and reach. Whenever the work is to be performed from below, the vehicle must be safely supported on jackstands. If only the front is supported, the parking brake must be applied and the rear wheels firmly blocked. Once elevated, the gravel or splash shield must be removed from under the engine.
Alternator mounting on 1990-93 Accords
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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TPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Check ALL including the spare tire for proper air pressure. If all is well then check the fuse for the TPMS module. If all is well there, off to the dealer you may have to go.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Check the brake light switch - normally situated inside the car under the dashboard adjacent to the brake pedal. Check that the electrical connector is still attached and that there is a voltage supply to one of the pins. Disconnect the connector and using a multimeter on the resistance setting, check that the brake light switch operates as expected when the switch button is depressed.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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