You should first check to see if there is a good spark coming from the ignitor. Remove a spark plug from a cylinder, plug it back into the plug wire, and place it near a good ground source that is NOT near anything flammable (i.e. fuel rails, injectors, the fuel filter, your battery, etc.). Turn the engine over and watch for a spark. If there is a nice blue spark the ignition is ok. If not, then replace all worn ignition components including the ignitor if necessary. Should you have good spark and still the car won't start you should make sure you have adequate fuel pressure. Have you changed that ten dollar fuel filter lately? now might be a good time to do that. To check for fuel pressure locate the fuel filter next to the battery. Disconnect the battery and cover it with adequate amounts of rags or other NON conductive material so it will stay dry when you remove the fuel filter. First loosen the banjo bolt on top of the filter hose while covering your wrench with a rag (*this releives fuel pressure AND lets you know that pressure exists*) then proceed to undo and replace the filter. Once complete you should haev to turn the car over a few times before it will start. Depressing the throttle while turning over can help speed this process. Did that do it? Well if you have fuel and spark and you STILL can't get your car to start then you might have bigger problems. A timing problem could be a cause. Honda timing belts "SHOULD" (i.e. you better do it!) be changed every 90k miles. If your timing belt has snapped you could be in trouble. It's worth the money to TAKE IT TO A DEALERSHIP when it comes to a timing belt. If your Honda has very high mileage you may have other problems amidst that require more in-depth technical diagnosis than a home user would likely be capable of, and even if they were capable an even smaller percentage would have the equipment to do so. A dealership will usually charge a half-hour to an hour of labor for a thorough diagnosis of the vehicle. Even if you choose not to get the repair done there you will at least know it's been diagnosed by someone with dedicated Honda experience and factory training.
The 1998 Honda Accord main relay switch will cost approximately $125 to replace. You can save $75 by replacing the switch yourself.
What is the problem? Transistors can easily switch about any electrical or radio frequency needing switching today.
There is a disable switch called (valet switch) under the driver side of dashboard. Switching to opposite position should disable the alarm system.
You have a problem with your multifunction switch, probably the only way to fix it is to replace the switch.
On load switching is when a switch can be operated whilst current is still passing through the switch (i.e. it is on load) Offload switching is when a switch is operated whilst there is no current through the switch (i.e. it is offload)
A mode switch is switching between privileges , i.e setting a process to have kernel mode or user mode. Switching a process is switching what is currently being executed upon
how to change dimmer switch on 1997 Honda accord
might be the software problem or on/off switch fault
how to change manual ignition switch on a 93 Honda accord
55h85I have the same problem on my 98 4dr accord. I have heard that it is the switch panel on the door. you can get one from the dealer or junkyard and switch out, or so i am told. not sure how much they cost
I had the same problem. I took it to a mechanic and they told me it was the ignition switch.
on a 2005 Honda Accord where is the low pressure AC switch
Emergency cut off switch for 1987 honda accord
Try you ignition switch my 1998 accord done the same thing and that fixed it
you will switch it on ..........
Hondas don't have one.. Must b a problem with ur ignition
battery may not be the problem check your starter motor and ignition switch
Happened to my 97 Accord EX. The power window switch for driver's window was burnt. Had to replace entire unit.
On most makes of cars this problem is fixed by replacing a blower motor resister and not the switch.
The power window motor could be bad.
switching on the tourch for example is when as you switch it on it will move the switch connecting it to a circuit that lights up the bulb and when you switch the switch off the switch will move breaking the circuit
I tried replacing the window switch , this isnt the problem all windows still wont work.
try replacing the switch
Usually by removing the old switch and replacing with a new switch.