If you will look in the trunk area, I think you will find an access plate for the fuel pump. If not, the tank will have to be removed. On my '90 CRX Si it was necessary to drop the tank. Jack up the back end and support with stands. There was a dust shield on the drivers side of the tank that is held with a couple of bolts and a couple of plastic keepers. Some models have an external pump in this location, but not the CRX. Remove this dust shild. Drain the tank by removing the threaded bolt in the tank catching the gas in a pan, hope your tank isn't full. There are two straps under the tank that attach to two threaded rods that hang from the cross member behind the tank. Remove the nuts and lower the empty tank onto a support to keep the pressure off the fuel lines, I used a brick. There are 5 or 6 nuts that hold the fuel pump assembly onto the top of the tank. Check to make sure that the pump has power before you replace it. My pump was OK but I had a circuit break in a corroded connection at a coupler that I was able to trace back to and access in the middle of the car where the fuel gauge sensor goes into the top of the tank. BTW, it was very difficult to hear the fuel pump motor running once the power was reconnected. I had to disconnect the out going fuel line to convince myself that the pump worked. The project was slow for the first time but went better than I thought it might in a 16 year old car.
It is located in the fuel tank. The tank must be removed to replace it.
The fuel pump of a 1990 Honda Accord is located underneath the rear seats. There is a circular service panel that allows a user to easily replace and maintain the fuel pump without dropping the gas tank.
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All 1990 Accords are Fuel Injected, and the electric fuel pump is located in the fuel tank. On some Honda's the fuel pump can be accessed by removing an access panel just above the pump. If there is no panel then the fuel tank must be removed.
in the fuel tank
The fuel pump is mounted on top and inside the fuel tank. Look for an access panel above the fuel pump inside the vehicle. If there is no access panel then you will have to remove the fuel tank in order to access the fuel pump and remove it.
The fuel pump on a 1987 Honda Civic is easily accessible through the cabin of the car. Remove the rear seats to find a panel that leads to the fuel pump. Lift the panel and unplug the fuel pump. Replace the unit.
I just paid $600 at a Honda dealer to replace fuel pump in a 2002 Honda Civic. Delray Beach, Florida
any 1.6liter Honda civic fuel pump
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
Replace the fuel filter. If the pump continues to shut down after 3 hours of running, replace the pump. You are in luck. There is an access panel in the trunk on your Honda. You do not have to remove the fuel tank to replace the pump.
You must drop the fuel tank in order to replace the fuel pump.
Yes it does.
Drop fuel tank
There is an acess panel above the fuel pump that will allow you to replace the fuel pump without removing the fuel tank from the vehicle.
The fuel pump is located inside the gas tank. You have drop the tank to replace it.
88 HONDA accord do not have a fuel pump reset button. If you replaced the fuel pump and still not getting fuel on your carburetor replace your fuel pump relay.
Purchase an inexpensive hand pump at many auto parts stores and pump the fuel out.
There is an access panel above the fuel pump inside the car. Remove that panel and you can change the pump without removing the fuel tank.
Located in the fuel tank. Can be accessed from inside the trunk. You will find an access panel above the fuel pump.
I just had the fuel pump replaced in my daughters 1989 LXI and it was $336.00
The fuel pump relay on the 1990 Honda Civic wagon will be located on the fuel line. Follow this line to the gas tank underneath the vehicle. This relay will be located on the right side of the line before it goes into the tank.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank. Look for an access panel above the fuel pump. If there is none the tank will have to be removed in order to replace the fuel pump.