Fuse Number for 1995 ABS Accord ABS Pump?

Discussion in 'Accord' started by Awake1077, Oct 29, 2005.

  1. Awake1077

    Awake1077 Guest


    The ABS Unit in my 1995 Honda Accord is on its way out. I'd like to
    pull the fuse so I dont have to hear it run for 60 seconds whenever I
    start the car. Anyone know the fuse number and location off hand? I
    just got the car a little while ago, and I dont have the service manual

    Awake1077, Oct 29, 2005
  2. -------------------------------

    You don't need a Service manual . . . It's in the Owner's Manual as
    well, and printed on the inside of the fuse box covers. There's at least
    three fuse boxes on your '95. The fuse you want is probably in the
    smaller of the two under the hood. That's the ABS fusebox.

    Dealer should be able to get you a manual by the end of the week, but
    wrecking yards sell them for about 1/3rd price. '95 thru '97 is
    basically the same for owner's manuals, I think.

    Search Google and fix the ABS yourself . . Winter is coming.

    'Curly Q. Links', Oct 29, 2005
  3. Awake1077

    E Meyer Guest

    There should be an ABS fuse/relay box under the hood. On the Odyssey it is
    just rearward of the battery, Accord should be similar. In it you will find
    two 20 amp fuses, a 10 amp fuse and a 40 amp ABS motor fuse (held in by two

    I believe (not certain) that the warning light will stay on if you pull the
    E Meyer, Oct 29, 2005
  4. Awake1077

    Awake1077 Guest

    Thanks for the replies...I know I need a new ABS pump/accumulator
    unit...it worked fine for a few months but now whenever I try to top it
    off it will leak right out of the bottom. I believe
    discoveryautoparts.com sells used and tested units for about $197,
    which isnt too bad compared to the $800 or so they cost new!!
    Hey Curly I was posting a few months ago when I first go the car and
    you helped me out...activating the ABS system did keep it going for a
    while. It seems like its definitely time for a new pump though...is
    there any way to rebuild the old unit? Or should I just go for the used
    one from discoveryauto?
    Awake1077, Oct 30, 2005
  5. Awake1077

    E Meyer Guest

    There was a TSB on these "way back when" that related to the leakage
    problem. Look at the unit carefully. If it is leaking out of the plugs,
    all you have to do is replace the seals on them.
    E Meyer, Oct 31, 2005
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