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1990 Honda Accord occasionally will not start in hot weather. Starter cranks but engine will not start.

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Solenoid in the starter motor might be failling when it gets ot, take it off n get it checked

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Speed sensor relay. located on gearbox.

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On the driver side open the door when it doesnt start on the side of dash about stering level start the car and bang the side off dash in the dash on that side the main relay there if it start change that relay on 90 to 93 they had problem with that relay hope it help fixya our post thanks pierre

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