The Honda Accord is the series of midrange automobiles manufactured by Honda since 1976. It’s been eight generation introduce to the global automotive market since it first debut in 1976. The first generation Honda Accord is a three-door hatchback with 68 hp (51 kW), a 93.7-inch (2,380.0 mm) wheelbase, and a weight of about 2,000 pounds.
The following manual provides procedures for maintaining, servicing, repairing and troubleshooting as well as describes details technical specification and features of 1988 Honda Accord LX sedan series. This workshop manual is divided into following sections: General Information, Special Service Tools, Specification, Maintenance, Engine System, Cooling, Fuel and Emission Control, Transaxle, Steering, Suspension, Brakes, Body, Heating and Air Conditioning and Electrical System. Here is a quotation from the Brake System Features (page. 277):
“The ALB system consist of the following components: gear pulsers attached to the rotation part of each wheel, speed sensor for generating pulse signals in proportion to the rotation of the gear pulser; a control unit which computes signals from speed sensors and switches to control the ALB system; a modulator, which is operated by electric current from the control unit, for regulating the hydraulic pressure to each caliper; an accumulator for storing high pressure fluid; a pressure switch for detecting the pressure in the accumulator and sending signals to the control unit; a power unit for feeding high pressure liquid to the accumulator by a pump; a motor relay for the power unit motor; etc.”
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