Hello Honda lovers! I have a 1990 Honda Civic DX. Hatchback. 5 Speed. I need to replace the main relay and no one can seem to locate it. Can any of you help? Thank you!
Really, did anyone look it up?I need to replace the main relay and no one can seem to locate it.
It would have helped if you had mentioned that BEFORE, since that's relevant!I have spent a whole day taking apart the dash of my Honda Civic EC9 1990 1.4L European model
My mistake, I clearly did not read that, sorry about that.Mr. Baker, I am most grateful for your advice. I am not member JenMon and did not create the thread.
My guess is, Honda made all these cars the same from the factory to save on manufacturing costs, but when it came to actual options/trim/motor for the car, it got what it got. They may have been wired for PGMFI but not all got it depending on which motor they were getting.However, what I find confusing is the Haynes Manual for "Honda Civic 1984 thru 1991 - All Models". The first attached image taken from the Haynes Manual is of the above-referenced mechanical pump in the engine compartment, which is described in section titled "Carbureted Models". Then, in the next section, which refers to "Fuel-Injected Models", Haynes shows electrical connections to a pump mounted in the fuel tank. My car also has these connections, which is why I assumed that a fuel system relay must be present! If I am correct, the EC series was the one Honda hoped win over the European market; perhaps it wanted to offer the possibility of conversion to fuel injection?