Check your maintenance required indicator for color and move it to green, a small screwdriver or paperclip will move it and it's located right next to the automatic tranny lights. I had same problem, don't understand why it started working after I moved color to green but this worked for me...Don
Two reset the maintenance required light on a 2005 Honda Accord all you have to do is hold the odometer reset button on the gage panel for about 30 seconds while the key is in the on position. Not running just in the on position. it will reset.
It should be on the back of the transmission, almost directly under the throttle body. If you want to get rid of it, just unplug it, but your speedometer and odometer will stop working.
Yes, it should fit just fine.
The blinking D on the Honda Accord means that the transmission is throwing out a code just like a CEL.
i just bought a cluster for a 1966 honda accord but now the speed is ten miles off is there a way to adjust it
just had oil change on saturday. no problems. now brake lamp light on 2000 honda accord ex
98 accord does not have a rear axle- just spindle/hub/bearing
I had to replace the igniter on my 1996 Honda Accord it was replaced with an aftermarket device. My question is this going to work as good as the original Honda igniter.It will either work or it will not. It should work just fine.
Seriously, Just don't. You will ruin it.
just the o and the n.
Sure just get down and look.
The expansion valve, on your 1998 Honda Accord, is located just before the thermostat housing. You can follow the water hose from the radiator to the expansion valve.
I have a 2001 Honda Accord. Yes, it does have the LATCH system. Great car. -- Well, I just tried to install a car seat in a 2001 Honda Accord half an hour ago and there is NO LATCH system. And this is a family car!! How utterly puzzling.
I just changed mine....I have 2001 Honda Accord (EX-V-6) and the local guy charged me $500. Good Luck!!
I just called my local Honda Dealer and the parts person has told me that 2001 Honda Accord A/C system requires 21-23 oz of refrigerant (R132A). Kind regards.
It is just Honda's designation for their top of the line model.
A 1998 Honda Accord with only 130 miles on the odometer will sell for whatever someone will pay. It is really hard to place a value on this car as the mileage is so low. I would expect it to be worth around $8,000 or more. But this is just a guess because I do not know if it is an LX or EX, or if it is a 4 cylinder or V6, A/T or manual. I would suggest you have at least 2 different Honda dealers appraise the car for you.
The easiest way is to remove the front seats from a Honda Accord dx 2004 is with the brackets attached; that way you should just have to unbolt them from the floorboard.
It is expensive to repair body damage on any vehicle not just the Honda Accord. Reason being is that the parts & paint are expensive and it is a very labor-intensive procedure. The Honda Accord is no more expensive to repair than any other modern vehicle.
It depends on whether or not the car has a digital readout. If it has a digital display, chances are it would be a wiring problem, somewhere right behind the odometer. If it has an analog display, since the spedometer still works, chances are the odometer itself (the display) has gone bad--like a little gear in there or something. This is one of the simplest odometer problems to fix; just replace the display piece. If the spedometer wasn't working it would be a whole different story--probably a faulty cable.
It technically means Special Edition. It is in reality just a designation Honda uses to describe trim levels.
bad plugs or wires i just had this problem to or it could be a leak in the exhaust
From the transmission bolt ,with the square cut out in it Just be careful