20 Most Recent 1994 Honda Civic Del Sol Questions & Answers

The Unlock Code and the device unit's serial number are listed on the anti-theft ID card that comes with the vehicle. The card is usually placed in the glove box at the time of delivery. Use the Unlock Code listed on this card. For certain models, the dealer may have placed a label with the device serial number on the glove box. eb235a0.jpg ----------------- If you cant find it, you need 3 things

1. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

2. Phone Number and Zip Code Information
  • For security purposes, we(HONDA) verify ownership by comparing the phone number, zip code, and VIN you enter with those we have on file. Unless you have updated these values through Customer Services, the phone number and zip code will be those on file at the time the vehicle was purchased.
3. Device Serial Number
  • you need the radio's serial number. since it is located on the back of the radio. your gonna need the pull the radio to get it.

Then CLICK HERE and enter the information for automated code retrieval.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on May 24, 2018

I, feel sorry for you, after reading your problem, but don't worry you visit the Reliable-Store they will help you for sure.
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1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Dec 02, 2017

Are you aware that there is also a problem with the ignition starter switches in this model?

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Apr 17, 2017

Car is 30+ old, tuna up #1,fuel filter #2, did you replace O2 sensor? any codes?plug wires.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Apr 08, 2017

Possible crank angle sensor or coil inside the distributor heating up. Distributor replacement may be required.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Mar 02, 2016

Hi Paul
I dont know wether you have managed to solve your problem with the roof yet, but I have tried sorting out a simular problem. First off all if you need to reset the computor in the boot , to do this remove the 7.5 amp back up fuse under the bonnet for approx 10 seconds. before doing this make sure all locks are in the closed possition. Also make sure the roof mechanism is fully down. Once the fuse is back in and the key is in the ignition the car will go into diagnostic mode for the boot and roof.
The easy way to check the roof locks is to open passenger side and see if the car starts to beep if so close the lock and the beeping should stop this shows all is ok. Now do the same on the drivers side.After doing these checks you will need to reset the computer again with removal of the 7.5 amp fuse for 10 seconds.
Its worth checking the 20 amp fuse for the power door locks this fuse is under the dash board.

I hope this is some help.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Jan 24, 2016

You need to join a honda user forum and post the question there. Sounds like the ignition is not being turned on. First, click on the key is accessory then "run" where the fuel pump spins up and the ignition is powered up so the spark plugs get spark. The old relay might be good and the ignition wiring bad. Test the old part if you have it by touch a wire to the + and - and listen for a click.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Feb 10, 2015

I do apologize for the vagueness of this response. Typically you need to wire it into the air intake sensor, this will bypass the actual sensor and make it think that it either needs more or less air depending on the function of the mod. You can often find this sensor on the air intake somewhere between the main filter and the engine and it should simply have 2 wires that go into the plug in sensor. You can often simply splice the mod into those 2 wires (should not matter what wires go where actually) and then you are good to go.

I'm not familiar with that mod but it looks like it works on different cars and should come with specific instructions depending on what car you bought it for but it works on (i think) the CAN bus for the car to trick the ECU. So if you don't have instructions specific to your car then best guess is to hook it into the IAT (intake Air temp) sensor.
Here is a google image of where the IAT sensor should be.
Google Image Result for http www supermotors net vehicles articles knn...

This may not help much but GL to you man.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014

I believe if you are just changing it may not need to reset the ecu. but if you have a code and it is a faulty 02 sensor then you need to change the sensor and erase the code by disconnecting the ground cable of the battery for some time (I have heard from 10 sec to 2 min).

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Apr 03, 2014

the FSM covers this as does alldata.com
fuse 15 blown?>
here is free (Del Sol, is unique)


they sell them at HONDA, and most auto stores.

ok , i found the window schematic.
there is no relay, well ,that you can unplug.

do you have 12vdc to the door motor,? are all dead.?all motors?
if all are dead the fuse #15 (10amps) is blown (top cause)
the schematic shows:
the fuse
5 switches to fail
then to the "power window control unit" PWCU
this controller runs all windows.
if the inputs are good to the controller and the motors are good and not jammed, then the controller is bad. PWCU

use a voltmeter at the motor that is dead.
then work back from there, to the controller,

part ID 15 here, shows the PWCU.
this page shows ALL controllers.

this is typical of all cars you can look online at any time
and all cars. goggle "honda OEM parts"

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Feb 14, 2014

never stand on the roof top.
my answer to the non question.
do post a full question...

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Feb 01, 2014

AC is Air conditioning and uses the condenser and is not typically used to heat your car.

It sounds like you need a recharge of your refrigerant, and perhaps a new condenser or compressor.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Jan 16, 2014

wow and engine swap on fixya, are you kidding?????
why not join a real honda forum.?

first off: get the FSM for both cars. that be day 1.
then ask on a real forum under the swaps sections.
what to expect, yes, do expect many things to not work.
first google hit, am i blessed with luck?
try there.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Jan 03, 2014

make sure you were on the compression stroke,is it belt timing? If belt you need to change.

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Dec 25, 2013

the crank pulley itself wont.. the pulley actually bolts on to the end of the crank.. behind that pulley is where the mark is..there is also a mark on the cam sprocket under that cover..if you turned it by hand where was the rotor pointed when the cap was removed?..if the belt slipped it could be out enough to backfire thru the in take..

1994 Honda Civic... | Answered on Dec 25, 2013

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