I had this problem on my own 87 lxi. What I found was the water temp sensor was bad, that took are of the light. The surge problem you talk about, if it is surging while driving, fuel related, check the fast idle valve located on the side of the throttle body. There are two srews on the top of it, there is a plug that can come unscrewed, tighten it back up it may take care of it.
Not sure exactly, but usually it's on the air filter box. However, it could be anywhere from the hole where the air comes from below the filter, to where the intake hose goes to the throttle body. If PGMFI, in the intake next to the PGMFI unit. If multi port FI, follow the air intake tube to the air filter box.
If your water comes from a well and you have your own pump and tank. The tank may be waterlogged.
no because a 1991 accord comes whith a ignition coil inside of the distributor end 1993 the ignition coil is outside end the holes dont line up
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The 1999 Honda accord comes 4 lug and 4 cylinder or 5 lug and 6 cylinder.
The Honda Accord 2007 comes standard with many features, including A/C, power locks, power windows and CD player. It also comes with some standard safety features, such as airbags and ABS brakes.
Well, I assume that a Honda accord has 4 wheels so i'd say both. But i think a standard accord in the lower price range comes with front wheel drive.
If a glacier surges than it advances and if the climate is cold but when it retreats the sun comes out and melts it melts downward.
how do i remove the radio out of my 2001 Honda accord 2.oi v tec to replace with a CD player because it comes up coded
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That depends on what the failure is. It could.
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5 years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Have you tried filling the wash fluid reservoir?
The VSA warning light on the Honda accord means, Vehicle Stability Assistance. It comes in if it senses your vehicle is not quite as stable as it should be. The VSA adjusts traction.
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6 months or 3,000 miles. Whichever comes first.
The EX comes with more standard equiptment like a sunroof, and it costs more.
The cam belt must be replace on the 1987 Honda Accord every 60,000 miles or 10 years whichever comes first. Warning: This is an interference engine.
The storm surge comes with quite a bit of heavy surf, which can erode sediment and transport it elsewhere. This process can wash away beaches and even small islands.
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On a 1994 Honda Accord, the brake lamp comes on when a tail light is no longer working. The burned-out bulb needs to be replaced. The brake lamp will not come on after the bulb is replaced.
About 2 gallons.
In the past there have been DX, LX, EX, EX V6, SE, SEi, sedans, coupes, and station wagons of the Accord models sold in the U.S. The new 2013 Honda Accord comes in Sedan, Coupe, and Hybrid models. There is also the Accord Crosstour. The 2013 Accord models are LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, Plug-In, and Touring. The Crosstour models are EX, EX-L, EX-L V6, and EX V6
Apples and pomegranates. The Accord was, and is, Honda's top-of-the-line car. The Tercel was Toyota's least expensive car. Both come from companies renowned for making good cars, so it comes down to style and features...and the Accord definitely wins over the Tercel. So yes, I'd say a 1991 Accord is better than a 1991 Tercel.