The main relay on a '91 Accord is under the dashboard on the driver's left side of the interior (near the hood release lever). I first had to remove a large rectangular electrical device (no idea what it is) that had a harness plug-in in order to see the relay. Then the relay was visible higher up against the left wall. Use a socket to remove the securing nut, then the relay can be manipulated to more easily remove its harness plug.
Where is the main relay in a 2000 honda civic ex
They are the same relay.
They call it the main relay. Its on the driver's side under the dash.It's mounted on a support bar. It's black and square
Under the hood in the fuse/relay center.
The ECM will not power the PGM-FI main relay (Fuel pump relay) after it detects an accident.
open the hood. it's on the fusebox (black box near the battery)
main relay locationHere is a link that I believe will help you as it did me :) http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/mainrelay.html Ours is a 1990 Honda Concerto. Right hand drive (Australia) The relay is located in the centre console behind the radio, so easily accessible.
fuel pump relay and main relay are the same, it is located under the dash, drivers side kick panel near the fuse block, if it is original it will be gray in color and "main relay" will be printed on it.
under the dashboard on the drivers side right next to the hood lever
It is under the driver side Dash its a black main relay!!!
main fuel relay is under the dash (drivers side) it has a large plug going to it.
It's located under the fuse box on the driver side. it's also the main relay
Try the main relay. Mine was behind the glovebox on a 1996 civic. Good luck.
It is most likely the fuel pump main relay. It is a very common problem on civics.
The starter relay should be under the hood or under the dash depending on if you have had a swap or not. Another cause that will relate to a stater relay would be the 12 volt main relay. If your car cranks but has no spark then theres a really good chance your main relay is bad or is going out.
Depending on the year model, it's either behind the driver side kick panel or behind the glove box. Also called the "Main Relay".
Your main relay is near you fuse panel, its a little gray square. To find your main relay you can get a flashlight and stick your head in under your fuse panel and look around or you can listen or feel around the area as you move your key to run (not start) position and it will click as the fuel pump turns on and click a few seconds later as the fuel pump turns off.
I'm not sure on a 93 but on my 89 inside the car behind the dash on the left side of the steering wheel is where my main relay was located. I just started taking it apart till i found it. good luck
The main relay is what sends power to the fuel pump and ignition.
Honda produces many vehicles, ranging from sports cars to family cars. The main models are the Honda Civic, the Honda Accord, and the Honda Fit.
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It is under the hood in the main power distribution center. Turn the cover upside down and the location is imprinted on the cover.
The main bearing torque specifications, for your Honda Civic 1.6 liter engine, is 160 pounds. The main bearing bolts should be torqued in 40 pound intervals.
Most likely it is your distributer...2nd i would check your main relay switch.
the main difference is the front fenders and bumper, the rest is pretty much the same