just follow the positive line coming from the battery. The first component it meets should be the voltage regulator.
There is a Positive (HOT) & Negative (Ground) battery cable. There are also lots of other HOT wires that are carrying current throughout the vehicle. What exactly are you referring too? hundereds of wires get a book at advance or napa for your car
follow the negative battery cable to the frame that is usually the main ground but there are many body tied ground cables throughout the car
Your Honda Prelude might not start because of a dead battery or an empty gas tank. It may also not start due to a damaged starter or a battery that is disconnected.
under the battery
Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size battery to install.
A few causes that will make the Battery Light come on are: 1. Faulty Battery 2. Loose Battery Connection 3. Battery is not Charging, ie. Faulty Alternator
The old battery should have the type written on the label under all the crud that has built up over the years.
the ticking noise is likely the fuel injectors, which you probably didn't notice before because you weren't looking for anything wrong.
Try disconnecting the negative battery wire, leave it off for ~5 minutes, then reconnect. Start the engine. The radio should read "CODE". Using the station preset buttons (1 through 6) enter your code. Then turn the radio on. Works for my '93 Prelude; hope this helps you!
use a code reader , or take off the negative battery cable off for a few seconds & don't for get to have the radio theft code handy.. after taking off the cable hondas theft system will disable the radio .
I am not positive, but I think its 195 for the automatic and 205 for the standard. I guess it may also depend on the year.
bad wiring harnest
The Prelude was created in 1799.
The 1992 Honda Prelude intermittent wiper fuse is located in the fuse box. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment, behind the battery box. The location of the fuse is listed on the inside cover of the fuse box.
?timing marks for 2.0 prelude 89
It is on because the ECU has detected a problem with the emissions system. Once the problem is repaired the light will go out after you drive a few cycles. You can turn it off by disconnecting the negative battery cable for 5 minutes but it will just come back on unless the problem is repaired.
That means that your alternator is bad and the oil light can indicate something about you oil level or oil pressure
12V - 55 AH / 5 HR Taken from the 1996 manual. The specs for the 1993 should be the same.
Prelude is a noun and a verb.
Prelude to a Dream was created in 2009.
Honda Prelude was created in 1978.
I've had that same problem. My first guess would be the alterator. but, save your self the trouble of taking it out by first taking your battery to an auto zone and let them test the cell for you, if your battery cell is bad, it doesnt matter how good your alternator is, it just wont hold a charge, period. if its not the battery, then its definitely the alternator. E Bishop. 89 prelude owner.
Yes you can I have 1988 Honda prelude with the 2.0L in it.