Originally Posted by 2ndGenGuy
Yep, that's exactly what mine does. It's not exactly a powerful electrical system, and personally, I think Honda did a shitty job wiring the whole car. It could just be thats how all car makers did things back then. But what an upgrade the 2g got for wiring.
I also found that replacing some of the fuses helps too. The old fuses tend to get corroded, and the solder joints inside them seem to come apart. Or maybe they've been run a few times at a load close to blowing but not quite, they get hot and soft. Oh also, the main fuse likes to deteriorate when they get old. I'd replace it too, and clean all those rusty contacts on it and upgrade the wiring that connects it up. My main fuse was working, but as soon as I touched it, it crumbled to dust.