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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 honda accord lx
The fuel Pump relay (main relay)
On your Honda Accord is located:
Left side of the dash, near left side of the steering column.
On direction under the Instrument cluster.
You will need to remove the Cruise control Module if your car is equipaded with cruise control.
The cruise control module is atached fro 2 screw 10mm.
One on the steering column the other one at the Instrument bracket.
After you remove the cruise computer, you will see the relay.
Is a little bigger that a regular relay colour gray.
And the number on the relay is : RZ0088.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2008
start by removing the console. there should be four screws that hold it in; two on each side; one in the front and one in the rear. you may have to take the gearshift knob of if the car is manual trans.then, remove the ash tray. there are two screws at the front of the ashtray receiver and one at the back.with the ashtray and slide removed, take the bezel off of the radio. there should be two screws behind or above the air outlet vents on top andn two screws in the under the center dividing rail. you may have to pop out the air outlets to get to the screws. there may also be a screw at the bottom of the bezel in the center.with the bezel removed the only thing that holds the radio in at that point is two screws that come up from underneath where the ashtray receiver was. take out those two screws and the radio should pull out from the front. Be sure to disconnect the antenna lead and the connector from the back of the radio before pulling on it too hard or you'll damage one or the other.hope that helps
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
While wearing safety goggles and engine switch off.
Your 95 Accord comes with a 2.2L (4 cylinder)
I believe the 2.2L has two belts: power steering and alternator (with or without A/C - different belt applications).
If you are replacing belts note the routing of each one..
. In any case these belts are not easy to replace . Each of the belts has its own manual tensioner. You should have pry bar or lever to push the tensioner back to release the tension on the belt.
There is not a lot of room to work between the pulleys and body of car (the engine is transversely mounted). Slip the belt off any pulley you can reach. Carefully release the pry bar on the tensioner pulley. To replace belt reverse the above step. Do not pinch or crimp the new belt.
You may also want to consider the timing belt also.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
not enough info. Typically, CO and HC together can be the result of poor fuel control or misfire, or worn components such as O2 sensor or catalytic converter, but without more data, repair recommendations are likely to waste money and not achieve success.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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