Well, I located the DRL relay and I soldered about 5 connectors. We now have DRL and the other lights work perfectly.
On our 92 Accord LX auto, the relay is located just inside the edge of the dash, right near the hood release lever. You can't miss it. This photo is looking up under the dash from the floor - you can see the hood release latch and a portion of the driver's door (in the background left).
I slipped it upward off its bracket with some difficulty, but getting it back on in the same manner was impossible. Honda must have intended that the dash be removed prior to doing this job.
Anyway, I removed the driver's seat to allow more access to the bracket and I loosened it's mounting screw until it almost fell off. I then managed to maneuver the relay into postion and get it started on the loose bracket. I then used a screwdriver to push up on the bracket as I pulled down on the body of the relay. Finally the relay was fully seated on the very loose bracket.
My small-handed wife then placed a 10mm deep-socket on the bracket mounting screw, now invisible above the relay, and I managed to engage the ratchet into the socket without dislodging it from the screw. I then tightened the screw.
Getting the relay out of the car, re-soldering and testing it took under 1/2 hour.
Getting the little mother back in the car took almost two hours of neck-bending, sweating and cursing.
Being a lazy SOB at heart, I just thought of a way around removing and installing the entire relay, and I figured I'd pass it on. If your relay is in the same position as ours, unplug the blue plug from the blue outlet on the relay. Without removing the relay
, pry the circuit board out of the plastic case of the relay as described in that very helpful procedure, solder it, and then slip it back up into its case til it snaps into position for testing and normal operation.
Doing this will save a lot of work.