This is an possible indication of a transmission problem. Take it to a professional. More than likely its your speed sensor. Its on the transmission and is triangular in shape. I tried to reset the speed sensor, by pushing the Sport button on the gear shifter before starting the car, and that automatically resets the speed sensor, turn off engine after one minute of idle. Release button on the shifter and restart the car. Blinking should stop. If not go to your mechanic and replace speed sensor.
Does it blink all the time or only when "sport" schedule is selected?
Sport mode in a Honda Accord enables the driver to use a preset program where the car responds faster. The car is quicker but at the costs of fuel.
No, not from the factory there isn't.
According to their website, the 2013 Honda Accord has a base price of $21,680. This is the price of the Accord LX, and will vary based on options and if you choose another model (such as the Accord Sport or Accord EX).
The Sport button on the shifter for the 1991 Honda Accord is to change the motor so that it will have a little more power. The RPMs should go up by about 500 RPMs.
Sport. It changes the shift pattern of the automatic transmission. You can turn this on or off.
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It varies according to the year of the Accord. The 2014 Honda Accord 4 cylinder develops 185 h.p. except the Sport which develops 189 h.p. The V6 puts out 278 h.p.
Yes, blinking means the alarm system is armed and working.
It is indicating you have a transmission problem.
The S light indicates you are in the SPORT mode on the transmission. On the left side of the shifter stick you will find a small button that toggles SPORT on and off. If the button will not switch the light off and go back into normal mode you most likely have a defective TCU unit.
if you are referring to the green light at the bottom of the speedometer-- that would be -- when it turns yellow and then to red -- it is time to change the oil. after you have changed the oil-- there is a place close to that light that you can fit a key into. just push it with the key & that resets it back to green. green is good. yellow & red --- oil needs changing.
It is the Sport Mode for the transmission which charges the shift points. You may have inadvertently turned it on. Should be a button on the shifter to turn it off. Now if you cannot turn it off, it indicates a problem with the transmission.
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
If you push the sport button you should see the light on the dash come on. The Sport Mode just changes the shift point of the transmission to a higher rpm.
The S light means you have the transmission in Sport Mode. This will cause the transmission to delay shifting to a slightly higher RPM.
Depends on the year and if it is a 4 cylinder or V6. As you did not list any of this information it is impossible to answer your question unless you are referring to a new 2013 Accord which has 185 h.p. on all 4 cylinders except the Sport which has 189 h.p. The V6 has 278 h.p.
In my experience that is a failure of the alternator or something connected to it.
The red 18v honda mini moto sport racer has a max speed of 10mph
A bad A/T Control Relay switch may be the reason your light is blinking on the N of the shift gear in your Mitsubishi Montero Sport. The part will need to be ordered from the dealership to fix it.
Look in your owners manual to see exactly what this light means. If it is the Sport Light. There is a problem with the transmission. Take it to a Honda dealer or a trusted independent. Stay away from chain transmission shops.