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Where can u find ur wateer pump at on a 1997 hionda accord lx

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Behind the black plastic timing cover on the driver side behind the drive belts. The timing chain is there too

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Hi i have a 1997 honda acccord lx with a vtec engine i got the check engine light and scanned, recieved dtc code p1259 vtec system failure the symptoms are it driving normal until it reaches 3,500 rpm


If this is a 1997 LX Accord, it did not come with the VTEC, that was only on the EX version in 1997. So someone put an EX VTEC engine in your LX. I've seen this done, and it requires a EX pcm computer. It also needs VTEC wiring to be installed. Check the engine serial # and ID what this engine is from.
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Vss 1995 honda accord lx manual transmission


The speed sensor located near the drive shaft from the gearbox with a 3 wire n a 10mm bolt.. Try look somewhere where the drive shaft come out from ur gearbox

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97 honda accord lx keeps dying and won't stay on. I replaced the battery, alternator and starter. It turned on but just stayed on till it drained the battery. what could it be?


have someone turn the key while you listen for the fuel pump to come on in the fuel tank. it should only come on for a few seconds if not than your fuel pump is bad.

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Will a 1997 honda accord lx distributor work and will it fit in a 1994 honda accord lx.


just look at the plugs and if it is the same and the same engine size it should work fine

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Code P0420 - what does that mean? The car is an


Code P0420 probable cause, 1. Secondary HO2S (Sensor 2) or 2.Three Way Catalytic converter.

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1987 HONDA ACCORD LX WATER LEAK


Yes, there is a "bypass outlet" coolant hose that connects from the water pump inlet pipe (metal pipe that runs from back of water pump along engine block to lower radiator hose) to the intake manifold.

I am not sure about the "black box" - not enough detail.

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Car dies while


It is a known problem and the ignition switch was part of a recall. Lots of information here and a few fixes. Look at the video tab as well.

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