1991 Honda Accord - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

engine mounts> cv shaft and joints??

1991 Honda... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019 | 104 views

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1991 Honda... | Answered on Jul 04, 2019 | 385 views

I show immobilizers where only started in the 1998 accords, if you have a remote starter and they used a key in the box bypass all you need to do is find the box under the dash open it up and use the key

1991 Honda... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019 | 3,504 views

Hi Kristi You need a mechanic to look at this for you.
What you are describing is a possible Head gasket fault, if the engine is running erratic and now will not start the spark plugs could be wet.
If this is the case if you try to start it or run the engine it could cause a lot more damage.
Signs for head gasket :- rapid engine temperature rise, boiling of coolant, erratic idle to the point of no start, coolant loss excess water from exhaust probable white smoke from exhaust when engine is running. Water leaking either external to head gasket, water leaking internal of engine i.e. into bores. Water leaking into engine oil.
This can be seen via dipstick will show raised oil level and possibly a creamy texture. can be confirmed by excessive creamy substance in oil filler cap and rocker cover. Now on saying this it could be something more simple like an under active cooling fan. This is why I advise someone to look at it before you start spending money on things it might not be. Good luck

1991 Honda... | Answered on May 09, 2018 | 85 views

For dashboard mount:
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Carefully pull the clock bezel from the dash.
Remove the screws securing the clock to the dash.
Pull the clock out slightly and unplug the electrical connector.
Installation is reverse of removal.

For console mount:
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the rear console.
Remove the screws securing the front console cover and pull the assembly out slightly.
Unplug the electrical connectors on the back of the panel.
Remove the screws securing the clock (they come in from the back of the panel), then remove it from the panel.
Installation is reverse of removal.

Hope this helps you.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Feb 25, 2018 | 358 views

Perhaps try a fuel pressure tester to see if it's holding steady pressure when this occurs. This sounds like the symptoms of a failing pump however, don't just change the pump. Confirm it by monitoring the pressure. I've seen some guys tape the pressure gauge to the windshield so they can see it.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Jan 28, 2018 | 68 views

I'm voting for blown head gasket. An auto shop (maybe a parts store?) has a test strip that will show up combustion gases in the radiator. You might be able to do a sniff test and detect an exhaust gas smell.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Dec 29, 2017 | 274 views

If you have already checked fuses and bulbs, you can do the following:
If you have a multimeter, set it to DC voltage 20 and remove the light bulb. Have someone else press the brake pedal and touch your leads from the multimeter to the contacts (one lead on one, the other on the opposite terminal) and see if you're getting 12-14 volts DC. If you are getting the proper voltage, then the bulb should be replaced with a known working bulb.
If you are getting no power when the brake pedal is depressed, you have a break in the wire somewhere and will need to track it down.
Sometimes, there is a separate fuse for the 3rd brake light - have you checked for that fuse?
It's possible the wire leading to the 3rd brake light has been cut or otherwise damaged - possibly from overloading the trunk and items physically damaging the wire.
Another possibility is a faulty ground for that light assembly. Try to locate a service manual for the car and track down where the ground wire should be and make sure you have a solid connection.

If all else fails, take your car to a qualified technician for a closer look.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Dec 13, 2017 | 30 views

Check fuel pump fuse and all other fuses, check brake switch, Also, a worn ignition switch will cause the car to start sometimes but not always. Try turning the switch to on position, then jiggle the key around in the switch while pushing in a bit...now start the car...did it start? If yes, replace switch and/or key cylinder....

1991 Honda... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017 | 162 views


1991 Honda... | Answered on Oct 30, 2017 | 95 views

Get the codes for that check engine light read by any autoparts store and let us know what it says.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Oct 29, 2017 | 94 views

simple test
start the engine and apply the hand brake place in drive
if it idles ok , put your foot on the brake
if it plays up , replace the brake booster as there is a vacuum leak that is up setting the air mixture
in any event before taking what others guess , always have the fault codes read as that will point in the right direction

1991 Honda... | Answered on Oct 25, 2017 | 123 views

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1991 Honda... | Answered on Oct 10, 2017 | 64 views

Never mind the text, I was trying to get the picture, three or four bolts. I'd have to look at it to be sure. The picture appears to show three bolts?
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1991 Honda... | Answered on Oct 03, 2017 | 41 views

Have you checked for fuel delivery issues since car dies while driving? Is the fuel pump operating correctly?And how about the carb? - if the float gets stuck while up there will be an interruption of gas to engine. No gassy, no goey!

1991 Honda... | Answered on Sep 06, 2017 | 99 views

Could be a CV joint. Or, a FRONT wheel bearing. Have your mechanic check. I have had wheel bearings go bad but the shop was unable to confirm until the damned thing literally fell apart. I told them MANY times I had a bad wheel bearing. They often don't perform a detailed inspection. Have you looked for twigs caught in the frame? It happens.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Sep 04, 2017 | 33 views

if S button flashes and at the same time the speedometer is not functionning correctly, then the speedometer sensor is malfunction. The sensor is located at the transmission body above driveshaft.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Aug 21, 2017 | 313 views

If you turn the key off and it wont shut off the heater then there are some interesting things you need to check. The first would be the whole ignition switch. When you shut off the key, the power should stop to that accessory. If that is okay then you need to check the controls for the heater. The issue with no heat is one of a blend door being stuck and this could be the controls again.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Aug 19, 2017 | 195 views

Has a wireing problem ,best to see an auto electrical shop.

1991 Honda... | Answered on Jul 14, 2017 | 138 views

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