how do you take out a transmission on a 1990 Honda accord
you take it apart and fix it
Im having a hard time just removing the side plastic cover from my 91 Honda accord se the cover that im trying to take off is the side safety light cover near the driver side turn signal light. I loosen the screws but i don't want to break this plastic shield in order so i can put in the new bulb
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The SRS lights says on when then is a problem with your air bag system. You need to take your Honda Accord into a service center to get it serviced.
take a baseball bat and smash the light with it.
AnswerThey are usually held in place by 2 or 4 clips built into the cover. Squeezing or carefully prying the cover sideways and it will come off.I dont need to just take off the cover, because it was busted so bad i have to remove the dome the light is place in. i need to replace the dome, cover, and light.
This is a good step-by-step on how to take out the radio of a 99-01 Honda Accord. http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466053.pdf
This is a warranty item. Take it back to the dealer as their is a problem with the SRS.
have take motor and trans out 1996 Honda accord put timing belt
on the back of your fuse box cover is the diagram first you must take off the cover
means u need to take it to Honda dealer, many things can be wrong nothing specific
Take the old one out an look see.
Take it to the dealer.
If the check engine light is on take it to auto zone and have the codes read. If not, take it to the dealer.
No, they are different.
There is something wrong with the airbag deployment system. Take the car to the Dealer.
there is a problem in your brake system. take vehicle to a brake mechanic
Any one of hundreds of reasons....Take it to an auto parts store such as Autozone that will check it for free
3.5L goes into my 91 accord se.
It means you have a problem with the transmission. Take the vehicle to a trusted transmission professional for repair.
take it to a mechanic