Discussion in 'Honda Acty' started by shogun, Jan 29, 2018.
explained by Ben from Houston Mini Trucks
Ben is awesome! Super helpful and very nice! Thanks for the link shogun
He calls the first fuses he points to as the "horizontal" fuses, but they're really vertical. The fuse puller sounds about right, but I have yet to walk out to my van and double-check. The rest of the fuses he points out seem to correspond to the diagram in the English Factory Service Manual as written by James L Danko.
For those who don't want to watch the video, here are the fuses as outlined in the manual from left to right, top to bottom:
Column 1: 15A condensor fan, 15 A/C
Column 2: 15A rear defroster, 15A cooling fan, BLANK, 15A stop light, 10A right headlight, 15A left headlight, 15A interior lights
Column 3: 10A radio, 20A sub-cooling fan, 10A rear heater, 20A heater motor
Column 4: 15A condenser fan, 15A *AC (literally what it says in the manual, so maybe "accessory" instead of "air conditioning"?), 20A wiper, 15A turn signal
I'm looking to change my fuel filter - which fuse controls the fuel pump? Or is it not necessary to depressurize the fuel lines because it's carbureted?
no need to pull a fuse, even on my fuel injected cars I replaced the fuel filter without pulling a fuse. Just remove the hose and let the fuel run into a small container, it will not be much.
Thanks Shogun. Planning on doing the filter later this week and wanted to make sure I had everything on hand I'd need and didn't want to wind up with gas all over the place.
Another good site with many pics showing what is where, including fuses https://robrobinette.com/Honda_ACTY.htm
1991 Honda ACTY truck HA4
Table of Contents
Vin Number Location
Fuel Tank Capacity
Engine Oil Change
Manual Transmission Fluid Change
Front Differential Fluid Change
Coolant System Flush
Air Conditioning Compressor Belt
Clutch Pedal Adjustment
Fuse Box Location
Honda Real Time 4WD
2/4 Wheel Drive Selector
1989 to 1997 ACTY Specifications
Idle Speed: 950 <> 1000 RPM
Fast Idle: 2200 to 3200
CO@ 3000 RPM <= 0.1
Oil Pressure: 55 to 64 PSI, 3.8 to 4.4 BAR
Fuel Pressure: 1 to 2 PSI, 0.07 to 0.14 BAR
Fuel 9.8 gallons, 37 liters of regular, low octane gasoline.
Reported Gas Mileage: Ranges from 35 to 53 miles per gallon (15 to 22.5 kilometers per liter)
Engine Compression: 14 BAR (203 PSI) at 250 RPM (normal starter spin rate) with 9.5 BAR (138 PSI) minimum, max difference between cylinders of 2 BAR (29 PSI). If compression is low adjust the valves and try again.
Valve Clearance Cold: Intake 0.18 to 0.22mm, Exhaust 0.25 to 0.29mm
CO@ 3000RPM => 0.1%
HC@ 3000RPM => 200 PPM
Coil resistance: 1.78 to 2.08 ohms
Trem 15(+): 12V
Ignition Timing: Manual Transmission 4 deg +/-2 deg at 1000 RPM, Automatic Transmission at 1150 RPM
Centrifugal advance: 0 @ 0 to 1400
18 to 22 @ 2400 to 2600
28 to 32 @ 5500
Vacuum range: 73 to 307 millibar
Front: Toe in: In 1mm +/-3 mm
Camber: HA3 +1 deg +/- 1 deg, HA4 +1.2 deg +/- 1 deg, HA4 & HH4 +1.3 deg +/- 1 deg
Caster: HA3, HA4, HH4 2.3 deg +/- 1 deg; HH3 2.5 deg +/- 1 deg
King Pin Incline: +12 deg 30'
Rear: Toe in: 0 +/-3 mm (rear is not adjustable)
Camber: 0 (rear is not adjustable)
Parking Brake: 44 lb (20 kg) pull in the 8 to 12th notch.
Brake Pedal: Height from floor 145 mm, Backlash 1-10 mm.
Front Brake Disc: 10 mm minimum thickness
Brake Pads: 3 mm minimum thickness
Rear Brake Drum: 2 mm minimum lining thickness
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