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2012 Honda Accord Repair Manual Chilton

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1984 Honda Civic Repair Manual Chilton

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1996 Honda Civic Repair Manual Haynes

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1976 Honda Accord Repair Manual Haynes

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1990 Honda Accord battery light stays on

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Question From willyg on 1990 Honda Accord battery light stays on

I have a 1990 Honda, and I just put in a new battery. I turn over the ignition and the battery light stays on. Since i can't hook up my code scanner, could someone help me as to what's going on? The car has been parked and not driven for quite some time, and we would like to get it back on the road. Thanks very much for any help

Response From DrElectrics

The battery light is an indication that either the battery is not getting charge or there is a power issue under the hood. I am 95% sure you may have an Alternator issue. Take your car to a local mechanic with a multi meter and get them to check the charge on your alternator.

Response From willyg

Thanks for the help, I will get the alternator checked out

Response From DrElectrics

Good luck with it, should be charging around 14v, let me know how you go.

Response From willyg Top Rated Answer

I took alternator out of the car( by the way it was more difficult than the repair manual said) took it to Autozone. They tested it and said it was bad. So I will buy reman and belts, and put it back together,although I mat have to ask for help on that one. Thanks, I appreciate the help!

P0135 2002 Honda Accord

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Question From frogman787 on P0135 2002 Honda Accord

I'm checking the H02S 4P connector terminals 3 and 4. The repair manual says "Is there 10- 40Ω (F23A4 SULEV engine: 2.0 - 20.0Ω?)"

I'm not entirely sure which dial to put my multimeter on. Under Ω, there are these options: 2M, 200k, 20k, 2k, and 200. It's getting electricity for sure, but I don't know which one to test to make sure it's above or below a reading of 10. It danced around 9 and 8 under 20k or 200k, can't remember which.

Any suggestions on how to move forward?

Response From Hammer Time

You would be using the 200 setting.

Response From frogman787

On the Ω setting, it's not picking up anything when I set my multimeter to 200. When I set it to 200k, on Ω as well, it picks up a reading of 5.

Does this mean my sensor isn't getting enough power and needs ti be replaced? This is the female sensor.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You have the meter set to read resistance in the sensor, not voltage. Measuring the resistance of the sensor or the voltage arriving at it are 2 different tests.

MAP problem

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Question From captng1 on MAP problem

I have a 1998 Honda Accord LX 4 door. I need the technical specs on voltage readings coming from the PCM to the MAP sensor while unplugged, and while plugged in. My computer is telling me there is a problem. I'm trying to troubleshoot it. Are there any free online repair manuals available for this car that anyone knows of?
captng1

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If you have a cole for MAP sensor and the wiring and connections all look good it probably needs the MAP sensor. There is still room for that to be wrong but you may have to just trust that. I don't know of a good safe way to test this or a site for testing procedure of these things and there may be out there.

A pretty comprehensive manual for the car is available sold by ALLDATA.com which may help,

T

Response From captng1 Top Rated Answer

Tom,
Thanks for your reply. There are two different codes for the map sensor. One is low input, and the other is high input. I didnt know if something else in the system could be causing this? I found out how to test the map sensor for voltages, and found I had high voltage coming out the signal wire at idle. I replaced the map sensor and it runs fine. Thanks again for your reply.
captng1

Easy Question need help finding relays

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Question From zmasterflex on Easy Question need help finding relays

Greetings all. I have a 1996 Honda Odyssey 2.2L. While driving recently I lost power to all my dashboard guages, my blinkers, hazards and nuetral safety switch. The headlights, breaklights and power windows still work. I think I found the shorted wire and fixed it. The problem is, is that I have no idea where to find the relays that blew. I have a chiltons repair manual that has a few wiring diagrams but it doesn't show where these relays are actually located. I have removed most of the trim and I see 10,000 look alike wires going many different places. The space that there is to work with is cramped to say the least. Is there any mechanic or DIYer out there who can give me a suggestion on how this type of thing is suppossed to be done, where to find the specific relays, or how to test them? Thanks so much.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800b0c0f

I'll let you hunt down what you need from the link above. You probably blew a fusible link that is the source of power to several items and not all the relays to each.

The overiding issue is WHY did this happen which may be a chase down,

T

Response From zmasterflex

Thanks for the quick response. Where can I find these "fusible links"? Many wires in different parts of the car have coatings and sheilds on them. Thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Fusible Link Honda CRV/Odyssey 1995-2000 Repair Information Previous|NextEngine ElectricalDriveability And Em...BrakesSuspension And Stee...Chassis ElectricalGeneral Information...Engine And Engine O...BodyDrive TrainFuel System Chassis Electrical

  • Air Bag Supplemental Restraint System
  • Battery Cables
  • Circuit Protection
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Flashers
  • Fuses
  • Fusible Link
  • Maxi-fuses Fusible Links
  • Cruise Control
  • Entertainment Systems
  • Heating And Air Conditioning
  • Instruments And Switches
  • Lighting
  • Trailer Wiring
  • Understanding And Troubleshooting Electrical Systems
  • Windshield Wipers And Washers
  • Wiring Diagrams
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  • FLASHER
  • Fuse
  • FUSIBLE LINK

  • The fusible link is a short length of wire, integral with the engine compartment wiring harness and should not be confused with standard wire. The fusible link wire gauge is smaller than the circuit which it protects. Under no circumstances should a fusible link replacement repair be made using a length of standard wire cut from bulk stock or from another wiring harness.
    Fusible link wire is covered with a special thick, non-flammable insulation. An overload condition causes the insulation to blister. If the overall condition continues, the wire will melt. To check a fusible link, look for blistering insulation. If the insulation is okay, pull gently on the wire. If the fusible link stretches, the wire has melted.
    Fusible links are often identified by the color coding of the insulation. Refer to the accompanying illustration for wire link size and color.
    See Figure 1 . 1: Common fusible link color coding

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    That's the best I can do which pretty well spells it out. Click on other selections if this isn't enough,

    T

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    The fusible link is a short length of wire, integral with the engine compartment wiring harness and should not be confused with standard wire. The fusible link wire gauge is smaller than the circuit which it protects.
    *********************

    "Intregral with engine compartment wiring" --------- Look harder for damaged looking wire and that's probably it. That's what a mechanic is going to do. You can test for voltage with a test light at each end to verify it's burned out or not,

    T

    Response From zmasterflex Top Rated Answer

    Thanks again for the quick response. I did read those pages before I responded, however I don't know where in the car these links would be located. I don't mind trying a step by step diagnostic of any of the specific systems, I just don't know what to do. I don't know where to look or how to test individual relays (many of them have multi-prongs). If I brought the car into a mechanic what would he do that would help him figure it out? Thanks again.