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Sensor and relay schematics

Does anyone have a picture of where all the sensors and relays are located on a 1991 honda accord sw? thank you

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Some are under the hood and some are located under the floor console in the center ot car where shifter is...They have covers in the front close to the fire wall that can be removed and relays are behind them. The repair manual will give exact locations of each relay.

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