Honda Accord 4 (1989 – 1993) fuse and relay

The 4th generation Honda Accord was produced in 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993 with 1.8 2.0 and 2.2 liter petrol engines. In this article you will find a description of the Honda Accord 4 fuses and relays with fuse box diagrams, photographs and their locations. Select the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Honda Accord 4

The purpose of the fuses and relays may differ from the one shown and depends on the year of manufacture, the region of delivery and the level of equipment of your car.

Passenger compartment

Location

Layout

location

Assignment

  1. Fuse and relay box
  2. Cooling Fan Control Unit/Timer
  3. Diagnostic connector (DLC)

Fuse and relay box

In the cabin, the main fuse and relay box is located under the instrument panel, on the pillar near the driver’s left foot and is closed with a protective cover.

Photo of fuse box accord 4

Diagram

Diagram accord 4

Designation

1 –
210A Instrument cluster, gear indicator, shift lock solenoid, airbag indicator, reversing lamps, speed sensor, turn signal relay, clock, automatic seat belts, body electronics unit (ICU)
315A Engine control module (PGM-FI) relay, fuel pump, exhaust system, voltage regulator, cooling fan timer, charge indicator, transmission control module, electrical load sensor (ELD), engine mount control module, idle air valve
410A ’92-’93: Airbag control unit
5
6
77.5A Cruise control, cruise control control unit
87.5A ’90-’92: Hatch
10A ’93: Sunroof, rear window washer, power mirrors
930A Front wiper and washer
10
11
127.5A A/C compressor clutch relay
137.5A Cooling fan timer, heater control panel, ABS, air recirculation system
147.5A Starter signal (automatic transmission), instrument cluster
157.5A Daytime running light relay
16Audio system, cigarette lighter
Relay
R1Turn Signals/ Hazard Signals
R2Heater
R3Rear window heating
R4Moonroof (opening)
R5Moonroof (closing)

The number 16 fuse is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Additional elements

Diagram

additional elements

Allocation

  1. Horn relay
  2. Cigarette lighter relay
  3. Engine control unit relay (PGM-FI)

Engine compartment

Location

Layout

location under the hood

Appointment

  1. Main fuse and relay box
  2. Additional relay box

Fuse and relay box

Under the hood, the main fuse and relay box is on the right side.

Photo example

Photo 2

Check the decoding of the elements with your diagrams on the cover of the blocks.

Take the diagram from the cover

Covery

Diagram

Diagram

Assignment

 

15100A ’90-’91: Main fuse
80A ’92-’93: Main fuse
1640A Sedan, Coupe: Heated rear window relay
30A Wagon: Heated rear window relay
1730A Heater relay
1850A Ignition switch
1920A Left headlight
2020A Right headlight, high beam indicator
2115A ’90-’91: Cooling Fan
20A ’92-’93: Cooling Fan Relay
2230A ’90-’91: Automatic seat belt control unit
10A ’92-’93: Daytime running lights
2330A ’90-’91: Automatic seat belt control unit
10A ’93: Audio Amplifier
2420A Rear right power window
2520A Rear left power window
2620A Front right power window
27
2820A Front left power window
2920A ’90-’91: Luke
30A ’92-’93: Hatch
3020A Horn, stop lamps, ignition key interlock solenoid
31
3220A Central locking
3310A Engine control unit relay (PGM-FI)
3415A A/C fan, engine cooling fan timer
3510A Direction indicators and hazard warning lights
36
3715A Interior lighting, cigarette lighter, antenna, ignition switch illumination, body electronics unit (ICU)
3815A Parking lights, glove box light, license plate light, optional “C” connector, instrument panel light, backlight dimmer, body electronics unit (ICU)
397.5A Engine control unit (PGM-FI ECU), transmission control unit, audio system, clock, automatic seat belts
Relay
R1Headlights
R2Power windows
R3Dimmer
R4Cooling fan

Relay box

Diagram

Designation

  • R1 – Air conditioning compressor clutch
  • R2 – Air conditioning fan

 

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