Question about 1985 Honda Accord
Replace the plug in ends. Plugs can go bad with corrosion over time. If you are going to use generic fittings make sure you mark down what colors connect to what colors because both sides of the plug-in may not be the same. Also use the type of connectors that have a plastic cover over the terminal end to help keep crud out of the connection. Get some heat shrink tube large enough to cover the new plugs. once you have the pump rewired and are sure it works then cover the joints with the tubing and heat it. Then cover the whole thing with black tape. This will help to keep the connections good.
Even if you replace the plug-ins with the proper ones use the heat shrink tube and tap[e on the joints. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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