get a Chilton book for the car at Auto zone or somewhere similar. That's what I did and its not that hard of a project. You have to get the arm at the dealer. Approx. $200.12 for the arm.
Go to a salvage yard and buy one. You'll only pay around $25.00. They have to take it off of an Accord so you can ask them how to put it back on. Some yards will even let you go out and watch it being pulled so you can see how it's done.
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what is a fuse fusible link for 1983 Honda accord
The 1993 Honda Accord has the most common hook-end wiper arms. See related link below for installation videos. Lift wiper away from glass. Press button or tab in the area where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook. Pull wiper out of hook. Sometimes you need to rotate and flex the blade to make enough clearance for the hook to pass through.
I have made a video showing exactly how to do this. Click the link.
Click the link and watch the video to see how it is done.
data link connector for 1997 HONDA ACCORD is located behind the ash tray in the center console!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have created a video showing exactly how it is done. Click the link.
Click the link to the Honda Owner's Link. Go there and register your Honda. There you can get the code for free.
Depends on mileage, condition, and model Honda Accord you're referring to. Click the link and look up the value for yourself.
Working on 1997 Honda accord the data link connector is located behind the ash tray in the center console!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The diagnostic link is behind the ashtray,which you will have to remove to get to the connector.
The fusible link in a 1995 Honda Accord is under the hood on the left side inside the fuse box theres a black cover pop it off its the one that says 80 on it....
Yes, that # filter fits some Honda Accords but not all. Click the link.
I will post a link to my blog where I describe it in detail with photos taken of a 2004 Accord.
Follow this link. http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/0d/09/07/0900823d800d0907/repairInfoPages.htm
http://autorepair.about.com/library/a/1i/bl845i.htm?p=1 The above link may show you how to replace a VSS.
Under the glovebox, in the passenger kickwell.
Clink the link. Located on the firewall.
Click the link I posted for a diagram.
Open the trunk and check to see if the code is on the underside of the trunk lid. (That is where I find the code to my Honda Accord) If you do not have the code click the link, sign up at the Honda Owner's Link, and then click get radio code.
In the trunk under the mat. Pull the mat up and you will see the spare. If you are talking about the Honda Accord Crosstour click the link and watch the video.
Try the link below. I found it for a 1999 Honda Accord Coupe, but the drawing looks just like my 1998 coupe, so I am going to follow these instructions and see if it works the same on the 1998. http://autorepair.about.com/library/faqs/bl038g.htm
Click the link for directions and a diagram.
I do not know what you mean by decode. If you are wanting to know what the code is for your 2000 Accord it is easy to find out. Just go register your Honda at the Honda Owners Link I will provide. Once you register the car you can get the radio code there for free by simply asking. Click the link and sign up.
Insert the 5 digit code in the radio with the radio presets. If you do not have the code then go to honda owners link and register your Honda. There you can get the code for free. Click the link to sign up.