Factory reset for a radio in a 1999 Honda Accord can be done by a dealership. The requirements from the dealership to have this done is proof of vehicle ownership.
i wouldn't do it, it can be done with alot of money and time and modifications, but not worth it.
This is how it is done on a Honda Accord and your Element should be the same. Push and hold the odometer reset button in while at the same time turning the ignition switch to the on position without starting the engine. After 5 seconds the light will reset.
definitely the h22 engine from it's older brother prelude. is the best engine with 200hp stock. most of the people who have done that says that the prelude engine H22A1 will fit direct bolt in in any 90-97 Honda accord engine bay.
According to my owners manual for a 2002 Honda accord EX, it is scheduled to be done at 105,000 miles for either normal or severe conditions.
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AN 2007 HONDA? TAKE IT TO THE DEALER IT'S PROBABLY UNDER WARRANTY IF YOU NEED WORK DONE. JEEZZZZZZZE.
i have done this swap my self on both of my accords.... the transmission from both engines are the exact same. which means the mounts are too.
Sorry, it can't be done. You have to change the whole unit because the odometer is tamperproof. Check with your Nissan dealer to see what your options are.
It means there is some scheduled maintenance that needs to be done. Can be nothing more than an Oil/Filter change. Your owner's manual will tell you what needs to be done. You reset the light by holding the odometer reset button in while at the some time turning the ignition to the on position without starting the engine.
Click the link and watch the video to see how it is done.
They are adjusted with shims. As you do not have a shim kit for this purpose and it would be expensive for you to buy one, take your Accord to a Honda dealer or mechanic who has a shim kit and have them adjust to valve lash. This is really not a DIY repair due to how it is done.
It means there is maintenance that needs to be performed based on the mileage on the odometer. It can be nothing more than it needs an oil/filter change but it can also mean it needs a new cam belt or some other maintenance. Your owner's manual outlines exactly what needs to be done at the mileage now on your Accord. Neglect the required maintenance at your own peril.
Shop around. The Honda dealer was actually a lot CHEAPER than the local independent shops around my house. Expect to pay around $650 to have it done. This includes the recommended water pump replacement at the same time.
Somewhere around 500$ if done at a garage.
You can just gently pull them up. Snap them back down when you are done.
About 2 hours if you are a professional and have done it many times.
I have created a video showing exactly how it is done. Click the link.
Everything that needs to be done is listed in your owners manual under the maintenance schedule.
Um, why would your odometer day done? 21, because a canoe fell out of the sky.
Valve lashes only need to be done when the valve piston clearance inside the engine is off. Factory service manuals will list the appropriate clearance levels for the 2003 Honda Accord.
Disabling a factory alarm on a 2000 Honda accord is done by inserting the key into the passenger door. A second way of doing this is to press the alarm button twice followed by the lock and then unlock on the electronic key tag.
many earlier accords had access under the rear seat so you don't even have to remove the fuel tank, whole procedure could be done in 1 hr; I've done this on a 92 accord, so 94 may be similar
On a 1992, I would just put a "universal fit" turbo muffler on it and be done. An Official Honda Muffler is going to cost you hundreds of dollars.
somewhere between 60 to 70 thousand miles it should be done