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Where is the ECU located for a 2000 Honda accord ex?


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2014-08-27 21:58:28
2014-08-27 21:58:28

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.


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