Not for sure, but on my 94 Accord it is located under the driver side dash. use this website (http://autorepair.about.com/cs/doityourself/l/bl_hmr_1.htm) to get an idea what you are looking for and how to get there. The article is very informative but was off on the actual location on my vehicle. Mainly use the photos and look hard under the dash for a similar relay. Also when you find don't bother with trying to buy a new one just open up the relay and resolder any brocken joints, usually just the solder on the main blades is broken. That will fix it.
The 1989 Honda Accord blower motor relay switch can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The blower motor relay switch will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
There is none.
No, GM vehicles do not have an inertia switch. It does however have a single fuel pump relay.
The 1989 Acura Legend fuel injection relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The fuel injection relay switch will be in the third column, third from the top.
no, they are separate units. The relay on my 89 accord was plugged into the bottom of the fuse panel. I am trying to find the solenoid, but it is different. I think it is back by the tank.
The fuel pump relay as well as the eec relay are both located under the hood on the drivers side fender.
If you're thinking of a fuel pump inertia kill switch, the 89 S10 doesn't have one.
They are probably the same relay. Compare the relay part numbers.
It is on the Firewall beside the Washer Pump, it is behind the Fuel Fuse and a Bolt that has constant power to it.
There is no emergency relay.
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