I need the the vacuum hose routing diagram for a 1987 honda accord it needs to be able to be printed and taken to my garage thanks
You did not clarify which motor you have. Here are both diagrams.
The fuel injected model:
And the carb model:
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
all my lights work it's just that my brake lights don't work and all fuses and bulbs work?
Posted by thealien00... on
do you have a 3rd brake light like on that is on the roof or in the rear window? if so does it work?
the brake lights are usually a 2way bulb so just because the lights work doesn't mean that brake lights will. if the 3rd brake light works replace the brake light bulbs if none of them work including your 3 brake light. check into having your brake switch changed. that is the switch under the brake pedal. when it is pressed the brake lights come on and when released they go off. if the bulbs do not fix the problem than try the switch.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
vacuum hose routing diagram honda accord 1987
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Posted on Jun 21, 2011
I need a printout for the vacuum hose routing diagram for my 1987 honda accord
how do I remove the radio on a 1987 Honda Accord LXi
Posted by virgil3066... on
Radio & Tape Player
Radio mounting on 1986-89 Accords
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
How to charge air conditioner on 1987 Honda Accord? Where do you put the freon in?
Posted by landtprope... on
Hello Friend: Recharging your A/C System:
SAFETY GOOGLES RECOMMENED You don't want this in your Eyes or anywhere Else Really.
To do it yourself you'll find Facing Vehicle with hood open
Look up on the Passenger Sise Fire Wall.
You'll See a Plastic Cover which is your A/C Evasporator Cover.On the Right Side of that Fairly Good Sized Cover .
You'll see 2-Caps 1-will have a (H) on it CAUTION Do not use or even bother that one.
You'll want to Use the one Right Next to It with a(L) on it the (L) is the Low Side or (Suction Side)
Thats the one to Recharge your A/c. Remove the Plastic Cap With the (L) on it.
You'll see a Valve like a Tire Valve Core. Same Thing it lets R-34 Refrigerant in ,but will not let it Out.If the Valve is Good.
Since you Doing This yourself I recommend Strongly that you Buy a R-34 Recharge Kit that Comes with a Gauge.
The R-34 Kit you'll have a Hose on it Leading to a Quick Connect Valve.
Now STOP here a minute Go Start your Vehicle Turn the A/C on High or Maximum Cool,and the Fan Swith on High.
Now Shake the can of R-34 Up Good Turn it Upside Down.
Then with 2-Fingers Pull Back the Quick Connect at the end of the Hose and Fit it Over the LOW SIDE Valve Core.
Now on Top of the R-34 There a T-Handle /or a Knob..
Turn the T-Handle ALL the WAY in Clockwise until it STOPS. It Has now Punchured a Hole in the Top of thje R-34 Can.
Since you already have the Quick Connect on the (L) Side.
Now Turn the Handle on top Counter Clockwise.
Watch the Gauge as your Turning Clockwise.
When you see the Gauge Move towards the GREEN ;
Keep a Close Eye on Gauge Make sure you Don't Pass the GREEN MARK into The RED .Stay in The Green.
If You Have the Needle on the Gauge in the Green Close to the RED BUT DON"T LET the GAUGE GO INTO THe RED !
Keeping Shaking Can during this Recharge Process.
NOW Screw the T-Handle ALL the Way Back Clockwise to Seal the Hole that it Puntured in The R-34 Can Top.
Now Take 2-Fingers and Take the Quick connect Off. Replace the Cap.
Your Done. You Should Have COLD Air inside Unless you Have Other A/C System Problems.
This will Recharge your System if ALL else is Good on It.
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Posted on Jul 05, 2010
i have a 87 honda accord dx carbureted. when starting it high revs then after idling down it dies. noticed that the butterfly flap on carb stays open and doesn't close after releasing gas pedal. also doesn't mov when pressing on it after warm up. have to manual partially close almost all the way then car idles o.k. seriously need help on this issue car is driving me crazy.
It might just need cleaning. Spray some PB Blaster around the throttle arm where the cable connects to at the base of the carb, and see if that frees up the flaps. And while spraying, fiddle with the throttle linkage.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
I have a 2 door Honda Accord Hatchback with extreme low mileage (98K), and overall the car drives great, but I notice when accelerating and deccelerating the car "jolts" around 2nd gear and smooths out in higher gears. Should I be concerned for the near future or is this normal for this car? Also, what could I potentially do to smooth out the shifting for the long haul, as I intend to have this car for some time? Thanks
Posted by sweetsoju on
You need to change the clutch pads on the cars for a smoother drive...............
Posted on May 16, 2008
1987 Honda Accord, 2 liter, port fuel injection. Engine will not idle unless throttled up a little. On acceleration, there is a lack of power, and the pgm/fi indicator light comes on. I have no owners manual, but do have a haynes manual in which I can't find what this indicator light means. Can you help?
Posted by dondammit1... on
firstly throw the haynes manual out the window as they are not evan written by a motor engineer of city and guilds,but by a so called mechanical engineer ...big difference ,these **** went to uni and spent all there time on the ****,ever read a haynes manual ???its a copy of the manufacturers one ,these authors have never got their hands dirty,i went to uni so the world owes me a living type of snobs . try changing the air flow meter
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
My son is looking to buy his first car. We found an 87 Honda in great condition, but when you shift from park to drive, it makes a 'clunk' noise and the car jolts and shakes some. Is this normal for an automatic transmission this old, or is it a sign that it's about to fail?
Posted by rachelynn on
its not suppost to do that. i think it is about to fail, i have 88 and it does not make that those things. but check the engine and transsmition mounts
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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