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Old 25 Jul 2007, 01:15 pm
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Default Stubborn 92 Accord

I have a 92 Accord that has been acting up the past few months starting.
Seems to mostly occur after it has ran for a short time, shut off for a
couple of hours, start back up for a 2 minute drive and shut off, then it
will turn over but doesn't seem to want to fire at all. Most of the time,
If I wait another 10 minutes or so after trying, it will start right up and
run perfect. Any ideas?


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Old 25 Jul 2007, 02:06 pm
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Default Re: Stubborn 92 Accord

main fuel relay located under dash,to the left of steering wheel.
Google will help you out just fine.
"Brian" <b.houghtby@eaglecrusher.com> wrote in message
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>I have a 92 Accord that has been acting up the past few months starting.
>Seems to mostly occur after it has ran for a short time, shut off for a
>couple of hours, start back up for a 2 minute drive and shut off, then it
>will turn over but doesn't seem to want to fire at all. Most of the time,
>If I wait another 10 minutes or so after trying, it will start right up and
>run perfect. Any ideas?
>



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Old 25 Jul 2007, 02:16 pm
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Default Re: Stubborn 92 Accord

"Brian" <b.houghtby@eaglecrusher.com> wrote in
news:46a7926b$0$32529$4c368faf@roadrunner.com:

> I have a 92 Accord that has been acting up the past few months
> starting. Seems to mostly occur after it has ran for a short time,
> shut off for a couple of hours, start back up for a 2 minute drive and
> shut off, then it will turn over but doesn't seem to want to fire at
> all. Most of the time, If I wait another 10 minutes or so after
> trying, it will start right up and run perfect. Any ideas?
>
>


main relay;see www,tegger.com

It energizes the fuel pump,and gets cracks in the relay solder
joints,becomes heat sensitive;opens in hot weather,works when it cools
down.You can open up the relay and resolder the PCB,or you can buy a new
relay for $50 or more. Once soldered,it becomes very reliable.

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Old 25 Jul 2007, 03:04 pm
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Default Re: Stubborn 92 Accord

Awesome, I'll break out the soldering iron!

Thanks all!!

"Brian" <b.houghtby@eaglecrusher.com> wrote in message
news:46a7926b$0$32529$4c368faf@roadrunner.com...
>I have a 92 Accord that has been acting up the past few months starting.
>Seems to mostly occur after it has ran for a short time, shut off for a
>couple of hours, start back up for a 2 minute drive and shut off, then it
>will turn over but doesn't seem to want to fire at all. Most of the time,
>If I wait another 10 minutes or so after trying, it will start right up and
>run perfect. Any ideas?
>



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