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Re: NO 130V AND CANNT FIND TRANS. 7420 FOR TESTING
Can you send me a copy of the schematic? Then I can look for the section and tell you where the component you are looking for is. I am also supposing they are using a grid format to locate the parts if so it will be easy to find the part. Send me a copy of the schematic and I'll have the answer for you. I'll even show you how to use the grid system to locate parts on th PCB.
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The most common problem for this on the Honda Accords is the distributor assembly. The ignition coil and igniter are inside of the distributor itself. These individual pieces can be replaced, but also come with the distributor assembly. This is your best option unless you want to go through the testing for the coil and igniter, which you need a lab scope or dwell meter to do correctly. If you would like the diagnostic flow chart, i would be happy to post that as well.
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Test or replace the run capacitor first. Then add a hard-start capacitor based on the motor size/hp. When checking pins on compressor remove all wires and test to chassis ground since this should be open circuit. Resistance between pins should be in the range of normal start and run windings, not less than 20 ohms on the start windings.
red brake light on, low fluid in resovior or park swicth is grd , trans light is on but you didnt say if it's trans or eng over heating, I wil assume it's trans, chech fiter in pan and cooler flow, possible restriction, remove rear cooler line to back of trans left side , stick a hose on it, put trans in nuetral, and start eng , should empty the fluid of trans in about 1 minute, nice good flow, jaust a trickle and you have a blocked cooler or lines. GOOD LUCK RDJRP
The problem may be that the other company is running VoIP for their phone system. The Brother MFC 7420 is documented for not having VoIP compatibility as a marketed feature. In other words they were too cheap to include it. However, with that said there is a work around. I have include the link that may be helpful in resolving this issue.