If by "disconnected" you mean unbolted, and if by "fix" you mean re-bolting, then it's not hard. It should consist of an endlink, which is typically just a bolt that connects the end of the sway bar to the lower control arm. Endlink bushings should sit on either side of the sway bar and on either side of the lower control arm. If you look at the way the sway bar is connected on the driver's side, it should be easy to figure out.
The front brakes have been disc for many years.
All I've been able to find is the description, "engine compartment, passenger side firewall", but it's not there on my (Canadian edition?) 92 Accord. Still looking.
Yes, all Honda Accords are FWD and always have been.
Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.Battery has been disconnected with in the last 50 starts.
12 : battery has been disconnected.55 : end of message.12 : battery has been disconnected.55 : end of message.
That this number has been disconnected, that the text did not get to the number, or you won't get anything back.
that generation accord should use 6.5 speakers in the front and rear but sometimes the back have been known to have 6x9 but that is usually found in the 93 i believe the anniversay edition
THEY SHOULD BE BEHIND YOUR FRONT BUMPER. YOU CAN USUALLY SEE IT THROUGH THE GRILL. JOSE
The number you dialed has been changed, disconnected or is no longer in service.
The diagnostic connector in a 1994 Honda Accord Ex is located under the dash on the passenger side of the car. If it has not been accessed before it will have a green sleeve over it. If you do not see a green sleeve, look for a brown two wire plug.
on the back of the block where the belt housing bolts on and also on the front in front of the passenger side head there is a ledge that has a number there unless the block has been decked
You dont and even after they are hooked back up the code would have most likely been erased after the battery was disconnected.
You must insert the code that came withe the car when it was new. Can't find the code then go to Honda's web site and sign up for the owner's section. There you can get the code for free.
Been a while since I lived in Jersey, but I'm pretty sure the passenger closest to you (front passenger) must be 21+ with a valid license.
Battery has been disconnected in last 50 starts.
Battery has been disconnected.
Insert the connector plug into the receptacle
Check the motor mounts as you may have one broken.
Most people have been in accord about the space program. They agree that it is both exciting and important.
it should, doesn't matter if battery is disconnected for 10 minutes or whole day
The Big Chewy Meatball is located under the front passenger seat, and has been there for no less than six months.
AnswerReconnect the battery!!
Gilligan's Island - 1964 You've Been Disconnected 2-17 was released on: USA: 13 January 1966
Many modern vehicles have separately controlled temperature zones (driver/passenger/rear passenger). The two front zones are usually controlled by two sliders one immediately above the other (top slider for left side/bottom slider for right side) on the center console heater/ac control pad. For both sides of the front to be cold, both sliders must be slid right. For the driver zone to be cold and passenger zone hot, the top slider must be to the right and the bottom slider must be left, and so on. If the problem doesn't appear to be related to the slider control position (as described above), then the slider control may be faulty, the air duct damper it controls may be faulty, or the air duct may have become blocked or disconnected. Also check that the vents in the dash have not been closed off. If the vehicle does not have separate temperature control zones, then most likely either the air duct has become blocked or disconnected. Also check that the vents in the dash have not been closed off.
I will try to answer this. If you mean codes in the on board computer, it takes 100 miles of driving to make the computer readable if the battery has been disconnected for some time or the error codes have been erased from the ECU (computer).