From the fornt of the car, the oil filter is located at the back of the engine about in the middle. You can reach it from underneath by lifting the car in the front, and supporting it with jack stands. Often, this relay is subject to electricalheating and then when the car is turned off, it cools. So can the blown fuse and the stalling be caused by the same thing? It … has one bolt, thatwhen loosened, removes through a hole in a metal bracket that isattached to the outside of the box. It is simple, elegant, takes a few minutes to install, and I have not killed a battery once since installing it. I would get a shop to look at the electrical issues tho.
The guy I bought the car from said the flywheel is bad. Now you will see screws holding the speaker enclosures , there are 2 on each side remove those 4 screws , now you can pop off both speaker enclosures. Then turn it off, wait a minute, then turn the key to the on position to hear the fuel pump, if you don't hear it, try to start it. To do this takes about 2-3 hours with the proper tools,and know how. I towed it to a shop and they have had it for 2 days and now want to charge me by the hour now!! Also I dont know if this could be the problem. The battery was strong and the lights were working so I cranked it over again and it was like my first car with a carb on it.
You will be unable to buy the distributor from the dealer. That would be awesome to know how to get the fuel pump relay out of it's cranny, because it's a real booger bear. You need to replace the distributor. Do you think the previous owner changing the distributor did something wrong? Try spaying a shot of starting fluid into the throttle body to see if it starts. With the key turned over and all terminals get 12 volts except for 6 and 7, and obviously the ground. In order to repair or replace the components the fuel tank has to be removed.
The fuel pump didn't kick on so I figured it was either the main relay or the fuel pump and took an uber home. After running for a few minutes, turn off the engine, and wait a few minutes, and check the dip stick. My 1993 manual Del Sol weighs 2853, says so on the sticker and when I took it to get weighed. . Unscrew the housing around the sterio and you're done. The relays are above those fuses.
The first time I started it you could hear the fuel pump prime, check engine light went off. The second diagram down shows the fuel pump electrical circuit. One weird thing was the fuse I changed had a yellow wire going into the fuse? Getting the relays out its a hole different ball game. Then tried to start it didn't. I took it to a shop they said automatics do not have flywheels.
So, this weekend a buddy of mine came over and helped me replace the spark plugs, spark plug wires, fuel filter, and distributer cap. She explained to me like this. Do you think the previous owner changing the distributor did something wrong? Then, lubricate the new filter o'ring with new oil. I tried it and so far so good. Free wiring diagrams here Enter vehicle info. It's asking me to test some pins specifically, a7, a23, a25, and b1 but I do not have access to a test harness and cannot afford one. You should get about 35 psi on the gauge.
The Haynes manual provides an excellentway to determine which electrical terminal requires one wire hookedto 12 Volt and which terminals should be jumped. Maybe I should bUy a new wiring harness? She explained to me like this. Same symptoms but a different problem. If you picked the wrong one you will still spill a lot of coolant then have the opportunity to put it back curse profusely and try again. The relay is behind and just above the hood release latch, it's a little square box.
Cause that stuff can cause a fire. Once everything is back in place refill the radiator and overfill the overflow tank slightly. Electronics and heat donï¿½t mix a fact that must have been lost on the Honda engineers. After repeated searches I removed the cruise control unit which is about a 3x4 inch square box and the main relay was underneath that. You said it cranked and that's the same as turning over.
Ehh I've put about 5k miles on it. There should be two hoses connecting your radiator to your engine. I got it home driving, but after leaving it parked for a few days, it would not start anymore. A co-worker had to replace the fuel pump in his honda of a similar vintage, so it's not completely impossible the fuel pump has begun to fail. Hey everyone, I, for the past week have had a heck of a time trying to get my car fixed. Unless swapping out the guts is something you think you're up to. Thanks in advance for your time! I disconnected the fuel hose from the fuel filter and cranked it and found out no gas was coming into the engine.
I do have a Honda dealer nearby, so unless someone has another suggestion, that is probably where I would buy the parts from. According to my Hayes manual, this means something is up with the ignition output system. Ok so my daughter calls me at midnight it just stalled again. To check that get a freind to try to turn the key, to run, but dont start it, while you listen to the gas tank. There is also another screw, under a round plastic cover, by the handle were u would close the door, take that out.