Yake the console out and clean the trans and brake linkage.
Around that time of production, these cars were coming out with safety devices, so the car couldn't be put into gear without first applying the brake. Most of these devices work off of vacuum. Your problem will involve a vacuum switch located on the brake pedal.
sledge hammer, crow bar, locksmith.
Pull the turn signal lever toward you. Do the same to turn them off.
It is located on the Driver side, underneath the dash board, look around where you pull the lever for opening the hood.
You will find the key code like most 90 models honda. where the trunk lever is. first you remove the cover and pull out the key cylinder and imprinted on the side will be the key code.
You can pull on the cable for the fuel door. The cable is located in the trunk behind the side panel.
in the center of the console located straight down under the radio. remove the center plastic door or plate, facing the gearshift lever.
lever pulled out, having trouble getting the lever locked back in place
You're not locked out until you pull the lever : go back in and pull it.
Find the Shifter Lock Override Slot. It'll be under a cap. Remove the cap, push down on the lever inside with a nail file or something, and shift into neutral.
The small black lever is the accelerator and the large lever is the front brake.
Location of '96 Honda Accord DLC portBeneath the radio, remove the ashtray, and look into the well below. You will see a Diagnostic Port, or you will see a plastic cover over it. You may have to move the shifter to LOW to access the area well enough to see it. Before you do, be sure to set the parking brake securely. You will need to turn the key to the "ACC" or "RUN" position to release the auto shift lever. Alternately you can insert your key into the shift lock release slot next to the shift lever.
If the lever that is supposed to hold the column locked in position no longer works get it repaired ASAP. This is a dangerouls condition in which to drive it. There are no owner-fixes for this problem.
Check if there is a trunk release lever on the left side of the drivers seat by the gas door release lever.
In the trunk there should be a small cable with a tag attached to it in the same area of the fuel door, this is the emergency fuel door release
It is for the tilt steering wheel. Pull it out and you can adjust your steering wheel. Push it back in when it is set at optimum for you
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 If unable to shift from park to reverse or D-4 and do not have brake lights then stop/cruise switch at the brake pedal bracket assembly needs replaced. Part #36750-s84-003 at a cost of $37.42 plus tax.
Just figured it out, thanks
The 1994 Honda Del Sol Si has the trunk release near the driver side door next to the gas cap release lever. It does have a lock so both the gas cap and trunk can be locked when leaving the car with a valet. I hope this answers the questions as it is rather vague.
Hold door handle (opening lever) as if you're opening the door and then push lock lever to lock
there is a cable that runs from the trunk release lever to the latch inside the trunk. you should be able to disconnect it from the latch inside the trunk
shift to nutral,then move lever to reverse
here it is, it is simple, just turn the disk over and flip up the small lever in the bottom right corner of the disk. there should be a locked and un-locked symbol, if you want the write protection off or on just flip the tiny lever up and down.
The transmission sensor in Honda CR-V is located between the shift lever and transmission box.
To open the hood of a Honda Crosstour you have to pull on the hood release lever located next to the driver's side kick panel.
At the base of the driver's door locate the trunk & gas cap release lever, which can be locked for security. To disable the lock on the trunk & gas cap release lever; use a screwdriver to gently pry off the small square piece of plastic that sits atop the lock cylinder. On the base of the lock cylinder facing the driver's seat, there is a small metal latch. If you patiently feel around on the lock cylinder base you will locate it. Simply flip this small metal latch, and the lock to the release lever will be disengaged. Pull the release and voila, your trunk pops open!