Model Information Release date for Accord Remote Starter System: September 20, 2007 Release date for CR-V and Civic Remote Starter System: End of September 2007 Technical Questions Q: What does the Honda Remote Engine Starter System do? A: The Honda Remote Engine Starter is a two-way remote system that starts and stops your vehicle’s engine anywhere within a 200-foot range. It’s designed to warm up your vehicle in the winter and cool it down in the summer. Q: How much is the Honda Remote Engine Starter? A: Approximately $499.00 without installation for all applicable Honda models. Check with your Honda dealer for the installation cost. Q: Can I install it myself? A: AHM does not recommend that customers install the Honda Remote Engine Starter due to the complexity of its electrical components. Authorized Honda Technicians are professionally trained to safely install the Remote Engine Starter. Q: Can I have my neighborhood audio shop install the Honda Remote Engine Starter?… Read More
ALARM/SIREN POSITION Position the compact alarms and the sirens in the engine compartment, under the battery support.
CENTRAL UNIT POSITION Position the modular systems and the modules under the dashboard on the drivers side.
POWER SUPPLY + 30: connect to the free faston at position 5 on the front part of the fuse box. – 31: connect with a ring terminal to one of the terminals coming out of the original power supply on the left lateral side, drivers side.
IGNITION WIRE + 15/54: connect to the YELLOW/BLACK wire of the 6 way brown connector of the fuse box.
DIRECTION INDICATORS Connect to the 1,5 mm2 GREEN/BLUE and YELLOW/GREEN wire located in the 20 way green connector at the centre of the fuse box.
CENTRAL DOORS LOCKING See diagram nr. 60 for antithefts of the Bridge serie and diagram nr. 60A for antithefts of the 3100 serie.
IMMOBILISATION POINT Fuel pump Cut the 1,5 mm2 YELLOW/GREEN wire located in the brown connector which works as a support to the grey relay of the fuel pump located to the left of the fuse box.… Read More
LOCATION OF THE CAR ALARM CONTROL UNIT Compact control units and sirens: place under the bonnet on the wheel box on the driver’s side. Modular control units and accessories: place under the dashboard on the driver’s side. CAR ALARM SUPPLY Positive: Connect the Can Bus connector in the kit of accessories supplied with the e253 (see instructions for its connection in following pages). Power is taken from the Red wire (Pos. 1). Negative: Connect the Can Bus connector in the kit of accessories supplied with the e253 (see instructions for its connection in following pages). Earth is taken using the Black wire (pos. 2) IMMOBILISER Starter Motor: Cut the White wire (Pos 3) in the Black 3-pin connector under the steering wheel. ODOMETER Connect to pos 26 (Wire N° 6739) in the black 40 way connector (green part) on the BSI control unit or directly to the ABS control unit under the bonnet next to the battery in pos.… Read More
Part # 307-05-0260 Racing Intake Manifold For Models and Years • 1992-1995 Honda Civic DX/EX (D15B7/D16Z6) • 1996-2000 Honda Civic EX (D16Y8) • 88-91 Honda CRX Si / DX* (*These models will require additional parts)
Additional Parts List and Installation Notes for CRX Installation Parts Required • 95-95 Civic throttle body and gasket. • 92-95 Civic fuel rail (use 88-91 civic injectors). • 92-95 Civic throttle cable and bracket. • 88-91 CRX intake gasket. • 3 1/2 Feet of vacuum line. • 2 Feet of 3/8″ water hose for “IAC” (lines need to be lengthen). • 1 Vacuum line “T” (to re-connect purge control valve).
Removal 1. Allow car to cool to ambient temperature. DO NOT attempt to work on warm or hot vehicle. 2. Drain coolant. 3. Relieve fuel pressure by loosening banjo bolt on top of fuel filter. Disconnect the fuel line at fuel rail. It is recommended that the washers be replaced.… Read More
Download IDENTIFICATION FUSE PANEL LOCATION The fuse box is located under dashboard on driver’s side. Underhood fuse panel is located in engine compartment beside battery. Cars equipped with anti-lock brake system have a third fuse box for ABS in front of the engine compartment on passenger’s side. FUSE PANEL IDENTIFICATION (1988-91) Fuse & Circuit Breaker Identification z 1 – 10 Amp Integrated Control Unit, Combination Switch, Gauge Assembly, Back-Up Lights Switch, Shift Position Console Switch, Clock (1990) , Shift Lock Solenoid (1990) , Interlock Control Unit (1990) Automatic Seat Belts (If Equipped) z 2 – 10 Amp Starter Solenoid, PGM-FI Main Relay, PGM-FI Electronic Control Unit, Integrated Control Unit z 3 – 20 Amp Power Door Locks (If Equipped) z 4 – 10 Amp Right Headlight High Beam, High Beam Indicator Light, Daytime Running Lights Relay (Canada) z 5 – 10 Amp Left Headlight High Beam z 6 – 30 Amp Sun Roof Motor (If Equipped) z 7 – 10 Amp Rear Lights (Canada Only) z 8 – 10 Amp Integrated Control Unit, Interior & Exterior Lighting z 9 – Blank z 10 – 10 Amp Left Headlight Low Beam z 11 – 10 Amp Right Headlight Low Beam z 12 – 15 Amp Integrated Control Unit, Luggage Compartment Light, Dome Light, Ignition Switch, Clock, Radio, Cigarette Lighter z 13 – 15/20 Amp Power Windows, Windshield Wipers & Washer, Sun Roof Relay (1990), Integrated Control Unit (Canada), Combination Switch (1990 CRX) z 14 – 10 Amp Gauge Assembly, Engine Sensors & Controls, PGM-FI Main Relay (Wagon & CRX Only), PGM-FI ECU (Wagon & CRX Only), Fuel Pump (Wagon & CRX Only), ELD Unit (Wagon & CRX Only), EACV (Wagon & CRX Only) z 15 – 15 Amp Cooling Fan Motor (Except 4WD A/T Wagon), Cooling Fan Relay z 16 – 10 Amp Daytime Running Lights (Canada Only) z 17 – 10 Amp Radio, Cigarette Lighter Relay (1990 only) z 18 – 10 Amp Rear Window Defogger, Power Door Mirrors, Air Conditioning z 19 – 30 Amp Blower Motor z 20 – 20 Amp Right Front Power Window z 21 – 20 Amp Left Front Power Window z 22 – 20 Amp Right Rear Power Window z 23 – 20 Amp Left Rear Power Window UNDERHOOD FUSE PANEL IDENTIFICATION (1988-91)Fuse & Circuit Breaker Identification z 1 – 60 Amp Power Distribution z 2 – 50 Amp Dash Fuse Box z 3 – 40 Amp Dash Fuse Box, Exterior Lighting z 4 – 10 Amp PGM-FI Electronic Control Unit, Hazard Lights, A/T Control Unit (Wagon), Integrated Control Unit (1990), Automatic Shoulder Belts (1990) z 5 – 15 Amp Horns, Brakelights, A/T Control Unit (Wagon Only), Key Interlock Solenoid (A/T Only), Seat Belt Retractors (1990) z 6 – 20 Amp Rear Window Defogger z 7 – 15 Amp PGM-FI Main Relay z 8 – 15 Amp A/C Compressor Clutch, Condenser Fan Relay… Read More
Download Additional Parts List and Installation Notes for CRX Installation Parts Required • 95-95 Civic throttle body and gasket. • 92-95 Civic fuel rail (use 88-91 civic injectors). • 92-95 Civic throttle cable and bracket. • 88-91 CRX intake gasket. • 3 1/2 Feet of vacuum line. • 2 Feet of 3/8″ water hose for “IAC” (lines need to be lengthen). • 1 Vacuum line “T” (to re-connect purge control valve). Notes • There is no need to reinstall the fast idle valve; located on the drivers side of the rear of stock manifold ( there is no check engine light). • Due to engine mounting tolerances, the firewall may need to be clearanced. • The stock intake pipe will not fit. An aftermarket intake pipe will need to be purchased. • Modify stock map sensor / purge control valve bracket for clearance of TPS. • Use 88-91 CRX injectors and fuel regulator.… Read More
TOOLS NEEDED : 8, 10, 12, 14, 17, and 22-mm socket and wrenches, and an 11-mm (7/16″) socket or wrench, 8- mm Allen wrench, Phillips and straight blade screwdrivers, vice grip pliers, a drill, a 5/8″ drill bit, and a timing light. You will also need an electric or air impact gun to remove the alternator pulley (using the 22-mm socket). Most of these tools are available at your local hardware or auto parts store. Jackson Racing Supercharger Systems are designed to be installed by individuals with good mechanical sense and with the proper tools.
1. VERY IMPORTANT! Remove the negative battery cable. If you have a coded alarm on your radio, retrieve the code before removing the negative cable. On our test vehicle, both the alarm and radio codes were on a card received at vehicle purchase. Removing the negative cable shuts down the entire electrical system and is the safest way to work on your vehicle.… Read More
TOOLS NEEDED : 8, 10, 12, 14, 17, and 22-mm socket and wrenches, and an 11-mm (7/16″) socket or wrench, 8- mm Allen wrench, Phillips and straight blade screwdrivers, vice grip pliers, a drill, a 5/8″ drill bit, and a timing light. You will also need an electric or air impact gun to remove the alternator pulley (using the 22-mm socket). Most of these tools are available at your local hardware or auto parts store.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS : 1. VERY IMPORTANT! Remove the negative battery cable. If you have a coded alarm on your radio, retrieve the code before removing the negative cable. On our test vehicle, both the alarm and radio codes were on a card received at vehicle purchase. Removing the negative cable shuts down the entire electrical system and is the safest way to work on your vehicle. But, you will lose all of your preset radio stations and alarm codes.… Read More
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS Disconnect terminals of the battery and only reconnect after the installation is complete, giving consideration to the vehicle characteristics. Set the alarm switches as required in Table C 1 . The compact unit must be mounted under the bonnet, away from areas of intense heat and direct water spray. It must be installed using supplied bracket. The harness installation is illustrated in the diagram.
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS REF. DIAGRAM No. 1. CABLE COLOURS FUNCTION OF THE CONNECTION CONNECTIONS TO CARRY OUT 1 RED Positive alarm feed If the voltage sensing is activated the RED wire must be connected to the interior light circuit in the main fuse box. If the voltage sensing is de-activated the RED wire can be connected to the main feed in the fuse box or directly to the battery positive terminal. The positive supply is protected by a 5 Amp fuse as supplied. 2 BROWN Negative alarm feed Connect the BROWN wire to a stable body earth using an existing body earth point or battery negative terminal.… Read More
Honda Civic V 1.4L L4 1995-1996, Honda Civic V 1.4L L4 D14A4 Eng 1997-2001, Honda Civic V 1.6L L4 105BHP 1995-2001 (15.09.10)
1. Unclip and remove air box lid from the vehicle. (Fig. 1) 2. Unbolt & remove the resonator box from the vehicle. (Fig. 2) 3. Disconnect the cam cover breather from the air box base. (Fig. 3) 4. Remove the air temp sensor from the side of the air box. (Fig. 4) 5. Loosen the clip on the throttle neck, unbolt and remove the air box base. (Fig. 5) 6. Remove the 2 short breather hoses from the cam cover outlet and the metal breather hose. (Fig. 6&7) 7. Fit the stepped rubber adaptor onto the throttle housing and firmly tighten using the #44 hose clamp supplied. (Fig. 8) (Note: – This adaptor should be a tight fit) 8. Fit the plastic intake tube into the stepped rubber adaptor & firmly tighten using the #60 hose clamp supplied.… Read More