Question about 1994 Honda Accord
This problem can be solved by replacing an AT Control Unit, which is
located underneath the passenger side floorboard. There are two
computers underneath the floorboard. It is the one on the right, the
smaller unit. The numbers must match exactly. The numbers vary according
to whether the car is an LX, DX or EX. Simply disconnect the battery,
take out the two plugs that plug into the bottom of the computer, and
replace the unit. The problem should be solved. The Control Unit can be
purchased from a salvage yard for $50-100. We think that the numbers
match on 90-93 and are therefore interchangeable
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Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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