Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Your vehicle's computer will reveal the problem/s, if you're willing to access it.
You can do this by locating the Datalink connector (double connector, found under the dash - usually green in colour) which looks like this:
With the key in OFF position:
- Using a jumper wire (any wire will do), join both pins together.
- Turn key to ON
Your Engine Check light (or possibly the "S" transmission light) will now start flashing.
How to read codes:
Slow flashes are the 1st digit, fast flashes are the 2nd digit.
(NB: there will be a pause between codes)
Once you have all the codes, post your results here and we will be happy to direct you from then on...
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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