Question about 1995 Honda Accord
You may want to check the map sensor. Honda accord uses map sensors. To check it, turn the car to on position and apply vacuum. The voltage in one of the three pins should change as vacuum is applied. Note: do not apply too much vacuum because it can be damaged that way. Out of the three pins there is 1. the power source (usually 5 volts) this do not change. 2. Ground (this is usually a floating ground so do not ground it to any metal parts of the body or you can end up with a computer damage. 3. Is the output signal (this is the signal that should change in respect to ground). Without vacuum applied it is usually around 2 volts, and as vacuum is applied it goes down. A word of caution. Use digital multimeter to do testing and never jump anything or short any wire in anyway so be careful.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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