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Old 26 Sep 2004, 03:56 am
prashant.dewan@gmail.com
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Default Fuse Cover Box Missing

Hello

First of all thanks for everybody who takes the trouble of reading this
post and replying. I really appreicate all your help

I have a honda accord/92/LX. The fuse box cover inside the hood does
not have any info on the fuses. I mean I checked out haynes manual and
it showed a (barely visible) diagram having a fuse box with a fuse box
cover with all fuse info printed on the cover. My cover is blank, there
is no fuse info. How can get this info because lots of fuse in the box
are missing. I do not even know if they should be there or they are not
supposed to be there.


Secondly, how can i find out the same info for the fuse box under the
steering wheel.

Thanks a million

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Old 26 Sep 2004, 09:45 am
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You might be able to extract your needs from the following:

1.
the 1991-93 online Accord manual at
http://www.honda.co.uk/owner/workshopmanuals2.html Go to the Accord manual, then
Electrical. See especially:

http://www.honda.co.uk/owner/AccordManual/400/16-10.pdf (drawing of under hood
fuse box with some fuses marked)

http://www.honda.co.uk/owner/AccordManual/400/16-31.pdf (another drawing of
under hood fuse box)

http://www.honda.co.uk/owner/AccordManual/400/16-32.pdf (drawing of dash fuse
box)


2. www.autozone.com Click on "Repair Info." Keep following the pointers for
(free) repair info. At some point the screen will prompt you for your car's info
and then an online manual for your Accord will come up. Click on "Chassis
Electrical," then "Circuit Protection." Also under "Chassis Electrical, see
"Wiring Diagrams."



<prashant.dewan@gmail.com> wrote
> Hello
>
> First of all thanks for everybody who takes the trouble of reading this
> post and replying. I really appreicate all your help
>
> I have a honda accord/92/LX. The fuse box cover inside the hood does
> not have any info on the fuses. I mean I checked out haynes manual and
> it showed a (barely visible) diagram having a fuse box with a fuse box
> cover with all fuse info printed on the cover. My cover is blank, there
> is no fuse info. How can get this info because lots of fuse in the box
> are missing. I do not even know if they should be there or they are not
> supposed to be there.
>
>
> Secondly, how can i find out the same info for the fuse box under the
> steering wheel.
>
> Thanks a million



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Old 27 Sep 2004, 01:49 am
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In article <1096185373.345726.146480@k17g2000odb.googlegroups .com>,
prashant.dewan@gmail.com wrote:

> Hello
>
> First of all thanks for everybody who takes the trouble of reading this
> post and replying. I really appreicate all your help
>
> I have a honda accord/92/LX. The fuse box cover inside the hood does
> not have any info on the fuses. I mean I checked out haynes manual and
> it showed a (barely visible) diagram having a fuse box with a fuse box
> cover with all fuse info printed on the cover. My cover is blank, there
> is no fuse info. How can get this info because lots of fuse in the box
> are missing. I do not even know if they should be there or they are not
> supposed to be there.
>
>
> Secondly, how can i find out the same info for the fuse box under the
> steering wheel.
>
> Thanks a million


You should visit a junk yard and ask the manager if he can sell you a fuse
box cover that has the diagram still on it. The manual that the other
poster mentioned is probably a better option since it might have more
detailed information than a new fuse box cover.

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Old 27 Sep 2004, 11:39 am
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prashant.dewan@gmail.com wrote:
> Hello
>
> First of all thanks for everybody who takes the trouble of reading this
> post and replying. I really appreicate all your help
>
> I have a honda accord/92/LX. The fuse box cover inside the hood does
> not have any info on the fuses. I mean I checked out haynes manual and
> it showed a (barely visible) diagram having a fuse box with a fuse box
> cover with all fuse info printed on the cover. My cover is blank, there
> is no fuse info. How can get this info because lots of fuse in the box
> are missing. I do not even know if they should be there or they are not
> supposed to be there.
>
>
> Secondly, how can i find out the same info for the fuse box under the
> steering wheel.
>
> Thanks a million


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On later versions, the sticker is on the _inside_ of the cover (at least
on CRV), so when you find a good copy, glue it to the inside of the box
cover so you'll always know where it is. :-)

'Curly'

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