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.
A belt diagram for a 1991 Honda Accord can be found in the cars maintenance manual. Sometimes there is a sticker under the hood with a diagram as well.
You have to go to a Honda dealer and they will give you the code.
look in the glove box or the trunk you may find the code.
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.
Go to the Honda website and sign up on the Owners link. There you can get the code if you provide the VIN#.
i have an accord and it says maximum weight capacity is 850 lbs its listed on the post behind the drivers door
Autozone.com or a chiltons Hayes manual
One can find reviews of a 1997 Honda Accord online at various websites. One can find reviews of a 1997 Honda Accord online at websites such as Edmunds and Cars.
The code is specific to the radio in your Honda. The dealer may be able to tell you the code. If they do not have it stored in their computer, you will need to get the Serial # off the radio. With the serial # they can find the code.
You have to enter the radio code than came with the vehicle on a small plastic card. If you cannot find the code then go to the Honda Owner's link I will post and register your Honda. You can get the code there for free.
pull the radio out and it has a white sticker with numbers on it, take those numbers to Honda dealership and they will give you the reset code.
Take the lock off the glove compartment it has the number on it.
I need to find out the timing degrees on a Honda Accord 2000
You can get the code for free at the Honda Owners Link. Click the link I posted and sign up with your VIN # and address. There you will be able to get the code.
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.
Call the dealer you bought the car from and they will give you you car's 5-digit code number.
go to the dealer ship with proof of ownership and your V.I.N #
it is written on a small card that came with the vehicle. If you cannot find the card and it was not written down in your owners manual, then go to the Honda Owners Link I will post and register your Accord. After registering you can get the radio code for free on that website. Click the link.
There are many places where one could find a replacement Honda Accord floor mat. One could contact Honda directly or contact and official Honda dealership.
There are a few places where one can find parts for a 96 Honda Accord. This includes going to a Honda dealership, as well as looking at part suppliers online.
Honda diagrams for a 2007 Honda Accord are available through parts stores. Another place to find these diagrams are in the service manuals made for these specific cars.
There are lots of places online where someone can find information about anything. Especially if they are trying to find the insurance rating of the 2009 Honda Accord. The 2009 Honda Accord received an insurance rating of 4 out of 5 stars.
In order to find out about Honda Accord monthly deals, listen to the local radio station, call a local Honda dealership or visit Honda's website for the most up to date information.
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.
No one can tell you this code for free but Honda will tell you what it is free of charge. Just click the link I will post and register your Honda on the Honda Owners Link. Once you do that you will be able to get the code with your VIN #, phone #, and serial # off there radio. The instructions will tell you how to find the serial #.