I think it is underneath the fuse panel Beside the coin tray?? (im having a problem starting mine and that's where I can hear the relay when I turn the key)AnswerThat's the fuel injection relay, of which there are two on the board--one powers the fuel pump, the other the fuel injectors.
As far as I know, Honda doesn't use starter relays. They do use starter solenoids, as do all car makers, but that is on the side of the starter.
What's the car doing?
Actually, the starter relay is located on the left driver side footwell wall, just above the hood release. It's easiest to remove the hood release first (two bolts hold it in place; one on top and one on bottom), then a single bolt holds the starter relay in position. Don't forget to remove the wiring harness first.
under the coin holder next to the ecu chips
For crx si the hp is 108.
There is no horn relay on a 1988 Honda CRX Si. The horn is wired to a negative terminal and sounds when the contact touch. There is no need for a relay using this type of set up.
it will fit if you want it to. my buddy had a crx si with ls vtech and a Chevy radiator. and i have a 86 crx and just put a prelude radiator in it last night
Yes, I have a 86 crx si and the one I have is from a 88-91 civic/crx. any ? contact me at email@example.com for any info...
The speed sensor is what sends signals to the speedometer to display how fast a car is traveling. To find it on a 1990 Honda Crx Si it will be mounted on top of the transmission housing.
The starter relay is located next to the handle to open your hood..There is a fuze box and to the left of that is the relay for the starter and many other functions.
Civic Racing eXperiment = CRX
AnswerYou can swap the seats from same generation civics, civic si, crx si. other may include but not definite del sol, prelude and early model accordAs he said about the same generation civic's and crx's, It is also definite that you can put the prelude, del sol, and integra seats with their brackets, i have prelude si seats in my 91 crx from a 96 si prelude
All CRX Si came with manual transmissions.
The type of oil needed for a 1990 Honda CRX Si with the 1.6 liter engine is 10 W 40 or 10 W 30. The oil can be purchased at any auto parts store.