20 Most Recent 1991 Honda CRX Questions & Answers

check your tirewell. might be just plastic panelling got loose underneath. zip tie should do the trick

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Apr 17, 2017

Problem fixed--bad distributor

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Feb 03, 2016

take to auto zone .they will scan it free to tell you your code.it could be something minor.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Oct 22, 2015

Find someone that wants a stick shift and trade with them. You're talking too much money for the result.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Feb 05, 2015

Your carburator jet is plugged up from sitting. Take it out and use a wire to clean.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Jan 30, 2015

All Honda 4 cylinder engines that I have worked on have a firing order of 1342. That is the firing order on your CRX. #1 is the cylinder closest to the timing belt.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

the firing order for your 91 crx should be 1, 3, 4 and 2. You need to identify where the rotor points to when cylinder 1 is at top dead center.
Cylinder number 1 is the one closest to the accessory belts (alternator, power steering , etc, hope this helps.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

Another older post and I hope you've gotten your hood open by now for maintenance. But you should be able to jack the car up and remove an access panel or two and look up and see the hood latch mechanism. You should be able to grab onto the mechanism with a coat hanger or something similar.to open.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Jul 04, 2014

I see this is an older post and hope you have this fixed already. I have a similar problem and taking the switch out and resoldering the joints took care of the problem.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Jul 04, 2014

I see this is an older post. I have a 90 Crx and was wondering if you still have the car and how you solved the problem?

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Jul 04, 2014

Is it an automatic or standard? Auto check fluid on stick. Standard trans check couch fluid or maybe you have a bad clutch plate

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Apr 21, 2014

Auto zone or any parts store can plug in and read the code when it is active.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Jan 31, 2014

Get somebody to push down hard on the bonnet as you pull the lever. This should pop it open

The mechanism gets all rusty and the little slide plate inside gets stuck.

Once open look at the bonet latch , you will see it\'s all rusty - about half way down there\'s a slot with a little plate that moves in and out to hold bonnet . Clean all this up and it should fix the problem

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Nov 20, 2013

Should be under the speedometer.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Feb 10, 2013

under the hood there should be a small valve with the heater hoses going to it, male sure it moves when someon moves the temp knob on the dash.....it could be disconnected. there is also a door under the dash, make sure it moves when moving the knob

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Jan 10, 2013

Check the PUMP, there is apump that pumps the coolant from the radiator into the engine, if its broken you will have that problem.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Dec 29, 2012

did you changed the battery ? and then it did not start, how do you know that it is fully charged.
well lets assume that you are right, get a test light, start by putting one end to the battery positive +, the other end touch the engine block, valve cover what ever is metal on the engine, if comes on you are ok is far is the battery, then if ok, open the fuse box next to the battery and look for a main fuse, 80 or 100 amp, if you cant see inside, or you cant pock it, pullet out, ground one leg on the body any were, and touch the other leg with the test light, if it light up is ok, if you can pocket, the test light mast light up when you hook up the test light alligator to ground. and continue testing all the big fuses, also look at the battery + terminal may have a little box on top with 1 or 2 fuses, main fuses, check them the same way, both side of the fuse must lit up, if one side does not lit up, you have a open main fuse. good luck.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Nov 29, 2012

check engine light codes. if its vtec. there is your problem.


1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Sep 06, 2012

NOT NECESSARILY IN ORDER: Remove the 2 nuts from the top of your shock tower under the hood - remove the pivot bolt at the bottom of your shock fork - remove the upper control arm ball joint nut - remove the lower control arm ball joint nut - bang on the thick metal near the ball joints with a hammer (not hitting the rubber or the ball joint's bolts - remove the tie rod ball joint nut and do the same with the hammer - pull the shock and spring assembly out - You might need a spring compressor to take out the stock spring safely - remove the nut on top of the shock - It's recommended that you replace your shocks now - install the new springs according to the directions with the package - get a camber correction kit for your car - put it back together and immediately go pay for an alignment. Good luck.

1991 Honda CRX | Answered on Aug 28, 2012

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