How to Replace a 1992 Honda Accord Fuel Pump Relay?

Answer The fuel pump relay in the 1992 Honda Accord is actually part of the electronic fuel injection main relay; if your Accord's fuel pump relay goes bad, you'll need to replace the whole unit. Replacin... Read More »

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How to Replace a Fuel Pump Cutoff Relay in a 1988 Honda Accord?

The 1988 Honda Accord features a fuel pump cutoff relay that resides on the relay panel, behind the lower dashboard to the left of the steering wheel. The relay connects or disconnects power to the... Read More »

Where is the fuel pump on a 1992 Honda Accord located?

The fuel pump on the 1992 Honda Accord is located inside the fuel tank. You will need to drain and drop the fuel tank to change the filter. The fuel filter assembly is secured to the top of the fue... Read More »

How to Replace the Fuel Pump Relay on a 1992 Mark VII?

Every time you turn the key of your Mark VII, the fuel pump relay sends an electrical signal to the fuel pump. The fuel pump receives this signal and sends fuel to the engine. Without the fuel pu... Read More »

How to Replace the Water Pump on a 1992 Honda Accord?

The water pump on your 1992 Honda Accord cools the engine by moving coolant from the water pump through the engine block. When the water pump fails, the engine will overheat because it will not rec... Read More »