1997 Honda Prelude Wiring Diagram

The Honda Company introduced Honda Prelude in 1978, and stopped the production in 2001. It is a sports coupe which replaced Honda S800, a front-engined front wheel drive sport car. Honda Prelude is a competitor to Toyota’s Celica. And during the 1980s, it was also challenged by Isuzu Impulse, Nissan Silvia, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Mitsubishi FTO, Opel Manta, Opel Calibra, Mazda MX-6, and Ford Probe. In late 2001, the sales and popularity decreased, therefore the Prelude was discontinued and replaced by Honda S2000.

In this following article, we provide the electrical system wiring diagram for 1997 Honda Prelude. This wiring and schematic diagram will help the technician or vehicle owner to perform troubleshooting to deal with electrical problem or connection problem between the vehicle components and electrical parts. The files are in pdf, however we have collected it into one zip file in mediafire.com which you can easily download. The wiring diagram system discussed inside the zip file are as follows :

2.2L, Engine Performance Circuits
Automatic Transmission Circuit
Air Conditioning Circuits
Anti-lock Brake Circuits
Anti-theft Circuit
Back-up Lamps Circuit
Charging Circuit
Computer Data Lines
Cooling Fan Circuit
Courtesy Lamps Circuit
Cruise Control Circuit
Entry Light Timer Circuit
Exterior Lamps Circuit
Ground Distribution Circuit
Headlight Circuit
Heated Mirrors Circuit
Heated Seats Circuit
Horn Circuit
Immobilizer Circuit
Instrument Cluster Circuit
Instrument Illumination Circuit
M/T Circuit, ATTS
Moonroof Circuit
Multiplex Control Circuit
Power Distribution Circuit
Power Door Lock Circuit
Power Mirror Circuit
Power Window Circuit
Rear Defogger Circuit
Shift Interlock Circuit
Starting Circuit
Supplemental Restraint Circuit
Warning System Circuits
Wiper/Washer Circuit

For more information and details about the wiring diagram of the vehicle, you can download the zip file from the following source (password : autoobuzz.com) :


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