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I need to know what each color means on my distributor???

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Review this guide as reference; this Electrical Schematic Diagram applies for 1994 Accord Coupe series of model. Here you will find complete explanation about electrical system of the vehicle. Started from Troubleshooting (tips and precautions) on handling the electrical system, in this manual you will be guided step by step examining each electrical component installed and its connection for example in Wire Harness and Ground Location, started from Engine Compartment, wiring harness is shown from engine ground cable, starter cable, and battery ground cable.

These 359 pages of pdf.fieltype manual is divided into some sections which are Wire Color Code, Relay and Control Unit Location, Wire Harness and Ground Location, Air Conditioning System Circuit, Anti-lock Brake System, Battery, Blower Control, Charging System, Cruise Control, Fan Control, Fuel Pump, Fuses, Ground Distribution, Heater Control, Ignition System Control, Lighting System, and etc.
Download the complete 1994 Accord Coupe Electrical Schematic Diagram here.

You can also find complete workshop manual of 1994 Accord Coupe here.

Pass: freepdfmanual.com

Good luck.

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