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How do you change an airbag module in a 1996 Honda Accord?
Honda Accord 1994-1997The air bag module is located right next to the gas pedal, it is to the right of the gas pedal. It is under the carpet, there is a piece of carpet that goes straight over the moudle from the driver to the passenger foot space. This piece is cut in the center i think so that by pulling at it it will rip apart. Pull on it so that it ripps apart, the tear will only be in the center of the piece which will not be seen after you push it back in to its place, trust me on this, and you have to do this to get to the module. Then unscrew the four screws holding the moudule and disconnect the plug from it and put you new one in and secure it and plug the connecter back in. You Srs light should still be on until you reset. How to reset the srs light? Pretty simple!Right above the the hood opener/puller there is a yellow plug with two grey wires. This the Mes plug on 94-97 accords and go to the link for instructions http://www.superhonda.com/forum/showthread.php?t=59738&highlight=srs+light+reset
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Inside the trunk: 1. Disconnect the power cable from the bulb housing. A screwdriver can help push in the tab. 2. Unscrew the two brass colored nuts to the ri…ght and left of the cable. Inside the car: 3. Pull the brake light away from the window 4. Twist the bulb housing counter-clockwise and pull it out 5. Pull the bulb out of the housing and replace
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Find the transmission. Find the drain plug. find a container big enough to hold a few gallons to be sure of dirty fluid room. undo the drain plug(with3/4 inch ratchet) slowly …until it spewing fluid. Let it drain. Put plug in add fluid. When I learned to tie my shoelaces I didn't make fools of people that couldn't tie their shoelaces. [Albert Einstien] Another person suggested this way: There is a drain plug on the lower part of the trans that has a 3/8" square hole in it. Remove that plug with a 3/8" drive ratchet, clean off the second gear clutch pak material from the magnet attached to the drain plug. Reinstall the drain plug then put in 3 qts of genuine Honda trans fluid. No doubt some simpleton will now jump in and SHOUT the 'book' calls for 2.8 qts of trans fluid, but I've been doing this for over 22 years and have NEVER seen a Honda trans hurt by having .2 qts extra fluid in it.
If it is anything like the O2 sensor on my 1995 Accord, you need to take off the three bolts that hold the aluminum manifold cover off first. Then cut the wires of the old se…nsor so you can slip a close-ended 22mm wrench over the old sensor. Remove by turning it counter-clockwise (i.e. toward the engine). You may need a lot of torque (I had to - carefully - use my foot). Once you get the old one out, make sure to replace with the proper type. There are heated ones etc. Mine was the heated type. You can either save the plug from the old sensor and splice it onto the new sensor, or pay an extra $25 to get one with the plug already on it. Make sure the sensor you buy has anti-seize compound on it (usually a grey compound). Carefully replace the new sensor and then replace the manifold cover. Hope that helps You can purchase a special socket that allows you to remove the old sensor and tighten the new O2 sensor without having to cut the wires. However, I took a closed end wrench and cut a slot in it that I could slip the wires through. Auto Zone will loan you a set of O2 wrenches.
Under the passenger side seat.
Every 90,000 mile under normal conditions or every 60,000 miles under severe conditions.
under the center consul in front of the gear shifter
Here is what i know the (CYP) cylinder sensor is deep in the distributer and the easiest way to fix it is, Change the distributer. !
Yes, I have a 1992 Honda Accord and it has a driver side airbag, it does not, however, have passenger, rear, or side airbags.
Answer It is more cost effective to replace the CV axle which has the new joints installed. Check with pep boys, autozone, etc., ask to price a remanufactured CV axle. … = _______________________________________ = = How to Replace CV Axles on a Honda Accord = The 1990-1996 Honda Accord uses CV axles as the drive shafts, as do all front-wheel drive vehicles. It is used to transfer the power from the transaxle to the front wheels. When CV axles wear out, they will emit a clicking noise when the car is turned to the right or left. The most common cause of CV failure is a broken CV boot. The boot covers the swivel joint and contains the grease for lubrication of the joint. When the boot breaks, the grease is lost and the joint begins to wear out. Instructions Step 1 Jack the vehicle up and support it on jack stands. Remove the both front wheels. Using the 36 mm socket, remove the center axle nut. Remove the though-bolt on the bottom of the strut where it attaches to the spindle. Step 2 Separate the bottom ball joint from the spindle using the ball joint separator. Using the pry bar, pry the lower control arm down to pull the separated ball joint out of the spindle and push the spindle out of the way toward the rear of the car. Step 3 Use the pry bar to pry the CV axle out of the transaxle. Put the pry bar between the transaxle case and the CV axle, and push it out. Remove the CV axle and put it in the box the new axle came in---CV axles carry a core fee, which is refundable upon return of the old axle. Step 4 Install the new CV axle by inserting it into the transaxle up to the snap ring clip where it will stop. With both hands, pull it back about an inch and slam it in with a fast push, and you will feel it snap into the locked position. Step 5 Grab the brake rotor, pull it outward and insert the outer end of the CV axle into the hub in the rotor. Rotate the rotor back and forth to line up the splines and push the axle in as far as possible. Loosely screw on the axle nut. Step 6 Pull the lower control arm down with the pry bar. Line the ball joint up with the hole in the spindle and insert the ball joint. Install the nut on top of the ball joint and tighten it down. Step 7 Install the bolt in the bottom of the strut where it attaches to the spindle and tighten. Torque the axle nut to 180 foot pounds. Put the wheel on and repeat from Step 1 for the other side.
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Raise and support the vehicle w/ jack stands. Remove the front wheel assemblies. Remove the two bolts holding the brake caliper onto the hub assembly. Slide the caliper off o…f the rotor. Be sure to compress the caliper piston back down, w/ a c-clamp or caliper piston tool. Install the new pads, reassembly the caliper to the hub assembly, properly tighten all bolts. Reinstall the wheels and lower the vehicle. BE SURE TO PUMP UP THE BRAKE PEDAL BEFORE MOVING THE CAR! I say that from my own personal experience....Good luck!
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Questions like this are asked and answered all the time here. There are specific items that are required replacement items when a deployment occurs or when an airbag light com…es on...and there are some items that are "check only". Check out this website for the EXACT answers to your questions including fault code charts. This site tells you exactly what needs to be replaced and how to access them (seat belts & all) on over 3500 cars. It's a pay site, but it's little money well spent to get the correct answers and to see exactly what you're after...it uses pictures, not text, so you can see what you're looking for. http://www.airbagsolutions.com http://www.airbagsolutions.com/demo.aspx http://www.airbagsolutions.com/vehicles_list.aspx Good Luck...it's not too bad of a job & if your state allows it, used parts or parts from eBay should be ok Here's a site that will explain everything you need to know about airbag lights and resetting the system. http://www.airbagsolutions.com/ This website gives you the procedure for diagnosing and resetting airbag lights. See if your car is listed here. http://www.airbagsolutions.com/vehicles_list.aspx
Just happened with My 2001 Rav4. Checked the book and it says electrical short is a TOP reason. Just worked on by Toyota B4 it started happening. Intermittent at first- they r…e-did the recall software upgrade.. What I did that seemed to work...for awhile-. Lowered Transmission fluid level + software upgrade. Worked for awhile but started within days. Flushed Tranny- no metal bits inside(I looked). Rand like a dream for about 6 days then started all over.. Got a P0750 code- electric-fluid-short-BO SHift Solenoid A. Looking for the wire now.
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I hope I'm understanding the question right, but you can tow any car. If you have a solid hitch bar just connect it to the front of your car and the back of the vehicle tha…t is going to tow you. Make sure your car is in nuetral, and put on your emergency flashers. If you are using a tow rope, someone will have to be in your car in order to steer and be able to use the brake. The latter, is not always the safest, but if you are careful, and traffic is not busy, then you should be OK. Or you can just call a tow truck if you've got the money. The above is TRUE only for very short, slow speed towing! Most modern transmissions, manual as well as automatic, have an internal pump to lubricate the input/output shaft bearings. Extended towing at highway speeds will destroy the transmission. If the question is pertaining to towing behind an RV (or such), contact the dealer for your car model specifics.
The airbag module on a 1996 Mazda Miata is located along the front of the vehicle's frame. It is positioned so that it can immediately detect impacts and deploy the airbag…s.