1994 Honda Accord - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


This is a fuel injector circuit fail code. The injectors need a pulse signal for them to work properly otherwise it'll go into "limp home mode" which limits rpm and the risk of killing your engine. This may mean you need to replace your distributor as it is responsible for sending all the trigger pulses to the coil packs (which probably should be replaced if they're over 10 years old...) and the ECM to time injector pulses. This really is only a guess but might be worth looking at as a starting point - there could be a bad connection or broken wire as well.

1994 Honda... | Answered on Sep 18, 2018 | 48 views


hello, i just had the same problem. i have a 94 accord 4 cyl, and the rpm would sit at 500at normal temp. i cleaned the iacv the ficv. there is also a screw under the throttle body( i forgot what is is called, but you screw it back in), that seemed to help for my fluctuating idle problem. i recently changed my pcv valve and now my rpm sit at 1000. so i think that you need to change out your pcv valve. only 2.99 at autozone. hope you found this helpful

1994 Honda... | Answered on Aug 16, 2018 | 3,138 views


Did you check fuel pressure , an it has spark ? What is missing ?Need's three thing's for it to start an run , fuel , spark an compression . Video's on youtube showing how to test for these.

1994 Honda... | Answered on May 24, 2018 | 45 views


cranks rubustly is first, robust means over 250rpm.
watch scotty, oldest set of tests there are, 1929 to now.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=064Ilsz8Fzg&NR=1&feature=fvwp

1994 Honda... | Answered on May 23, 2018 | 57 views


You should check out www.reliable-store.com they have info on repair, service, wiring diagram, electrical diagram, fuse diagram, troubleshooting, PCV, owner's/service/repair/parts manual, fault codes, error codes, etc everything on all vehicles. must check it out

1994 Honda... | Answered on Mar 21, 2018 | 42 views


first clean off the tranny with a jetwash or similar give it a run to help determine the exact area it could be running down from above. ie. speedo transducer if its at the 2 housings join together then the only proper way is to strip it down and reseal the 2 castings using the correct sealant/gasket from memory the casings distort with heat from the torque convertor and gives your problem .good luck

1994 Honda... | Answered on Mar 05, 2018 | 90 views


Something is draining the battery. In my 94 Accord manual shift, it was the antenna motor and have to pull the plug at the antenna terminal in the rear. Then discovered that the battery posts was too loose and have to replace both positive and negative posts in order to get a real connection.

1994 Honda... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018 | 35 views


Does your vehicle have an anti-theft system? The symptoms you're describing may be due to a security system problem.

it could also be a crankshaft position sensor.

1994 Honda... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018 | 147 views


Doesn't by opening the hood, that will disarm the alert system? Is it factory installed system? Try removing the fuse for the alarm system (near the system box - probably around the brake light switch). There must be a crossed wire somewhere.

1994 Honda... | Answered on Jan 25, 2018 | 58 views


Unfortunately your alternator is probably not good make sure that the connections on the alternator or Skype make sure the connection on the batterie are tight and clean but you may have just put in a rebuilt alternator that didn't get rebuilt correctly it's probably bad

1994 Honda... | Answered on Jan 07, 2018 | 47 views


Check clutch fluid, must be low. If not this, then do clutch adjustment.

1994 Honda... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018 | 96 views


Have a 95 Accord LX, 4 cyls. One of four spark plugs went bad and misfired. The gasoline was not always burned, ending up smelling like gasoline. Changed all four plugs and the engine is OK now.

1994 Honda... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018 | 77 views


The sway bar gives from side to side so I doubt your problem is in that. Of course it is really hard for me to pinpoint your problem without inspecting the vehicle, how hard did the vehicle hit the curb? If it hit it pretty hard and severely bent the lower control arm, I would suspect that you have some frame damage.

You need to really inspect the frame where the lower control arm mounts, it may help to look at the other side and compare it to the damaged side. You'll be looking for slight wrinkles or bends in places near where the control arm mounts or follow back and keep looking for any signs of slight signs of damage.

And, are we talking about the front, rear or both on the vehicle?
If it's the rear, the rear is weaker than the front. Follow the frame rail all the way towards the middle and look for signs of damage.

If you look closely, you should be able to find the damaged area.
It being a '94 it doesn't take much damage for your insurance to total the vehicle out, (if you happen to have full coverage insurance and file it.)
I hope this may help.

1994 Honda... | Answered on Dec 23, 2017 | 54 views


Low voltage on the relay control side can make it chatter .

1994 Honda... | Answered on May 24, 2018 | 126 views


Yes it does have antitheft. This website is mainly for GM vehicles, but the same principle and fix works on your Honda as well.

http://www.diy-gm-security.com/

1994 Honda... | Answered on May 24, 2018 | 42 views

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