This socket is about 2. T … he fuel pump relay is black and yellow and should have 5 prongs. There are other wiring harnesses in the car. The Si's came with more options like four-wheel steering and fog lights. The transmission must be removed and broken apart to replace the filter.
It really isn't that hard. You can plug it straight to the car battery for a few seconds. Unlike Domestic manufacturers, Honda has put some access panels in that allow you to do the job without dropping the tank! I believe the fuel pump is in the fuel tank, and it also tied to your fuel guage sending unit and there is a filter sock on the pick up tube. To reduce glare at night, the fuel and temperature gauges dim when you turn on the parking lights or headlights. I believe there is some sort of clip mechanism that holds it there, you need something to push that clip in and the cartridge should slide off mine was stuck on there pretty good.
In the past week and a half a whole lot has happened with this project. I checked the exploded drawings and the maintenance chapter for some reference to a maintenance cycle for the transmission filter. You then adjust their brightness when you adjust the instrument panel brightness. Be very careful and have a fire extinguisher close, since there is always a possibility of a fire, also, don't let much fuel out for the same reason, just enough to see if there is pressure. Iended up just taking the vehicle to a shop and having them diagnose it.
I found it on the driver's side fender well bracket. It is even easy to see the parts of the wire harness that are behind the engine if you just lean over and look. I don't think there was time to remove the engine to get behind it, so anything they could have possibly installed in the time they had should be visible, right? I don't have any choice but to deal with this myself. For example, If I drove it every day, it was fine, but if I skipped a day, the battery would be too drained out to turn the vehicle over. If you've found it, now you need to remove it, which is just as difficult as finding it. Hi, I just saw this and thought I could offer some help as I had removed my starter relay and made some repairs to it.
To reduce glare at night, the fuel and temperature gauges dim when you turn on the parking lights or headlights. I turned the engine off, disconnected the negative battery cable again, connected the ground cable and the four terminal connections to the alternator, and when I reconnected the negative battery cable, my main fuse blew again. I've attached a picture of it. Also, the is a dimmer for them: The dial on the dashboard to the left of the instrument panel controls the brightness of the instrument panel lights. The fuel float is under the storage compartment behind the seat, just so you won't waste time like I did pulling it all out. We are the leading source of Professional Diagnostic and Repair Information used by over 75,000 repair professionals. The Haynes manual provides an excellentway to determine which electrical terminal requires one wire hookedto 12 Volt and which terminals should be jumped.
The first time I blew my main fuse, this single wire was the only connection between the new alternator and the vehicle's systems. Turn the dial up as far as it will go to return the fuel and temperature gauges to their daytime brightness. You won't be able to save the whole thing except by sections , but you can print copies of whatever sections are important to you. The main-fuel relay is on an L bracket attached to the hood release. It is all one piece, including the part that comes over the right side of the engine to the alternator. I would charge both batteries up, use one to get to work, then switch to the other for the ride home.
So about two weeks ago, after the alternator left me stranded on the highway, I resorted to desperate measures. You can do this by unhooking the latches that hold the tank under the car. Somewhere along the line the unplugged 4-terminal plug that connects to the alternator touched the hot exhaust manifold and became a melted ruined mess. The diagnostic port for most vehicles is located under the steering column where it enters under the dashboard. All of these are significantly less complex than the main one, and all are well detailed in the service manual available in the manuals section above starting on page 16-8.
The Si's just had a little more umph all around …. Also, the is a dimmer for them: The dial on the dashboard to the left of the instrument panel controls the brightness of the instrument panel lights. Or Am I correct in my suspicions that these guys took me for a Ride? The dipstick is there, it's just very hard to see. If you're not getting fuel pressure to the injectors, start tracing back to find out why. Try not to do this when you have much gas in the car, becaus … e the tank is heavy. On the inner wing, theres 3 small black boxes. I think its behind the right hand headlight, viewed from the front of the car.
There may be an access panel in the trunk. After locating and replacing the blown fuse, I totally disconnected the new alternator and the vehicle started up on the battery alone as it had been doing. Once again thanks for the program. Once you get the pump out make sure it's dead first. Most people just pull the gas tank and replace it with a new one mounted with a new fuel pump, rather than try to fix or replace just the pump.
I can't help but wonder if it's in part due to a non-replaceable filter. It is located next to a large green relay that is the flasher unit. You're on the right track, don't give up. You will have to remove to fuel tank to replace that all-in-one unit. Turn the dial to adjust the brightness.