It is in the tank. Get as much of the gas out of the tank as possible as bas weighs over 7 pounds per gallon and just a few gallons can make it very hard to handle. Then take thelines and electrical connections loose and the 2 staps and lower it down. Be sure to use stands when getting under a jacked up vehicle.
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They should fit as both years are the 3rd generation Accord.
My personal experience with my '86 Accord lxi: after calling all radiator repair shops in town, it was just as cheap to buy a new radiator with a warranty as it was to rebuild my old radiator.
If the injectors are spraying more fuel with out anything else changing, then yes, the plugs will foul. To get more power you need more air in the engine as much as you need more fuel.
There is no "reset" switch for the fuel pump on that vehicle.
You may have a bad fuel pump relay or a blown fuel pump fuse.
If the engine is fuel injected, it is an electric pump and is located in the fuel tank. If not, it is located on the engine block and is a mechanical pump.
Under the hood, on mine.
the 1986-87 lg4 engine had a mechanical fuel pump and an electric in tank pump.
I had an '86 Accord, the computer was under the driver's seat.
If the inline fuel pump can deliver a constant 9 to 13 psi it should work. Wire it to the original fuel pump wiring harness and mount it as close to the fuel tank as possible.
The 86 has a mechanical pump. There are no electrical connections.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
GM vehicles do not have a fuel shut off/inertia switch
86 thru 89 does not have a dipstick. the oil is drained out by a nut on the bottom of your trans. us a 3/8 rachet it fits right in to remove the bolt. then to fill the trans you have to remove the bolt up above the axel and pump it in.
i believe it should be around 6 psi that's what mine was at after i installed my new pump
Loosen the fuel line into the carb while the fuel pump is running and see if there is any fuel actually getting TO the carb. If it's getting there you could have a stuck needle and seat valve. If nothing comes out, loosen the line to the first fuel filter and see if you can get any fuel out. If not, the fuel filter could be TRYING to pump but the screen might be blocked or the pump motor might be working but the pump might be worn out.
Don't know what you mean by what size. You are lucky in that you Honda fuel pump can be accessed without removing the fuel tank. You will find an access panel either in the trunk or under the rear seat.Answeri have an 86 Honda accord LX 2.ltr and my car does not have access points inside the car i had to drop the gas tank to get to the ful pump it can be done by one person i did it with a pair of needle nose plyers channle locks and Phillips and standard screw drivers if you are not mechanicly inclind do not try to do this there are a few hoses you need to un hook to drop the tank if you pull the drian plug and drain the fuel into something you cna handle the gas tank on your own its not hard
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Which engine do you have? I believe the 5.0 liter V8 has a mechanical fuel pump, but I am not sure about the 4.3 liter V6.
there is no fuse on an 85 caprice for the fuel pump because it is a machanical pump driven off the motor ITS CARBORATED RIGHT if fuel injected don't no that's what i know based on my 86 caprice classic 305
It's next to the fuel pump, behind the rear right tire.
The correct engine for your Honda is a w16 (16 cylendNH L JZF HLC;VJer) found in the bugatti veyron 16.4.
THE FUEL PUMP FLOAT HAS GONE BAD OR THE GAUGE NEEDS TO BE CHECKED
Assuming it didn't run before you replaced the fuel pump... three things. 1. Bad fuel filter and maybe it didn't need a fuel pump. 2. Bad fuel pump. (it happens) 3. Something else is wrong. Suggest you check for any codes of the computer.