Question about 1989 Honda Accord 4 Door
I can only recommend replacing the fuel pump with a genuine Honda replacement gas pump. I replaced my 87 gas pump (also located in the gas tank per arroybc's instructions) 8 years ago with a brand X replacement, only to have to replace it a year and a half later. The Honda replacement is more expensive, but in retrospect, certainly worth the extra bucks.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
I have an 1989 accord ,and i changed the fuel pump.1. take out the back set.2,there will be an acess panel under the set, take the screws out then you have 8 nuts to remove the pump.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I know that you want a simple answer but, have you done any troble shooting steps at the pump its self? when the relay is in does it pump at all? what is your lin pressure?
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
can be in about three different locations under the hood or inthe boot behind one of the panels or in the driver or passenger footwell behind the panels should have a picture of an engine at its location.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Possible injector failure. locate by disconnecting injectors one at a time. The one that makes no change is the questionable. Status of spark plugs need chkg also. pull the plugs an the one that looks washed is questionable good luck
Posted on May 22, 2009
Check to see if you have spark to your spark plugs. On hondas if you have no spark it wont let the fuel pump get power. This is controlled by a small part in the distributor called the ignitor by honda and ignition module in aftermarket terms. when this part goes bad you wont have spark or fuel. it is a pretty expensive part. sometimes its cheaper to get a used distributor at the junk yard and change the whole thing. also make sure your timing belt hasnt snapped cause if it did your distributor wont turn and you will get the same results. take the distributor cap off and check and see if the rotor spins while someone is cranking the engine. if it doesnt turn your timing belt is broke or your camshaft broke in half. broken camshafts are a common problem with 95 accords. If none of this helps you may have a wiring problem or even your cars computer may have taken a dump
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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