where is the ecu located on a honda accord 2003
the 1994 Honda accord has an obd2 ecu.
The ECU of a 2000 Honda Accord can be found on the passenger side of the cabin. Under the footwell will be a steel case which protects and holds the ECU unit.
The mass air flow sensor tell the ECU what the proper air fuel mixture is needed. It is located behind the air intake manifold on a 1997 Honda Accord.
In the engine by the battery
Honda Accords are governed at 120 mph by the ECU.
its behind centre consol
not sure about your 97 but on my 95 it was underneath the carpet on the passenger side front seat about where you put your feet
Behind radio on floorboard.
The ECU is under the carpet on the passenger side front seat (under the dashboard area where you rest your feet).
Timing is set by the ECU.
It does not have a governor. Speed is controlled by the ECU and it is not adjustable.
Did you check the ECU fuse in the fuse box?
Rev limited by the ECU to 120 mph.
A 2000 Honda Accord check engine light will stay on if the ECU is not reset. To reset the light remove the ECU fuse from the engine bay fuse box. Reinsert it after 5 seconds.
it's programed into the ECU
No, it will take care of itself.
There is no governor to remove. Speed is controlled by the ECU (computer).
The ecu is located under the carpet on the passenger side front seat about where your feet would be! Hope this helps
There is no governor per se on your Accord. The top speed is controlled by the ECU and is non-adjustable. There is no governor you can remove.
Yes, the transmission is controled by the ECU.
The speed is limited to 125 by the ECU.
A crank shaft position sensor on a 1998 Honda Accord reads whether or not a the engine is spinning correctly. If there is a discrepancy on how the crankshaft is spinning the sensor will relay it to the ECU.
There is no restrictor plate on this engine. Speed is controlled by the ECU.
The check engine light on a 2003 Honda Accord will be triggered when something on the engine is malfunctioning. To rid the check engine a light the ECU will need to be reset.