Warning… the photos are kinda big. I’ve linked them instead of including inline links.
Just remember that if you’re looking at the fuse box, the fuses are reveresed from left to right (no clue why). PAY ATTENTION to the numbering.
BTW, #21 is your cooling fan relay, #20 is your condensor fan, #12 is the cooling fan. This is from a 91 LS, US model, not Canadian (apparently they used the same box/sticker for all North American models)
:wtf: when I click on the links I get a porn site?
The fuse locations are the same on the Canadian car, the only diff. I can see between the two, “Heater, air conditioning and engine cooling fan system” is the Canadian car does not have a “Radiator Fan Control Module” or the “Engine Oil Temperature Switch”, [also a switch like the “ECTS”, it supplies a ground signal to the “RFCM” when the oil gets to a certain temperature], and instead of the “Condenser Fan Relay” coil getting power from the “RFCM” it gets it from the 7.5A, hot in run, [fuse 17 in under dash fuse box] along with the coil in the “A/C Compressor Clutch Relay” and the "Mode Control Motor and “Dimmer Circuit” and the “on” bulb in the “A/C Switch” :roll: 94
They are the “free pins” and they are diff. on diff. years and models of Honda/Acuras, but on all, [except newer ones] you will find a 12V+ constant, a 12V+ ACC., a 12V+ 2nd ign. and a park light in/out. :whisper: 94