what is b123 service code for 2008 honda accord
Some Haynes manuals have ECU codes
Haynes manuals are availble at a lot of parts stores, and libraries.
You can get ABS codes for your Volvo at your local Volvo dealership. You can also find the ABS codes in most Volvo service manuals.
I really do not understand your question. Are you referring to radio codes, or are you referring to OBD codes? Please clarify.
If you go to AutoZone .com and check with there repair manuals on-line you can find the engine codes for your tracker
the dealership has the codes also depending on which state your in theres Advace auto parts the have a book that has the codes the port to check the codes is under the dash
Fault codes, or engine codes, for any vehicle can be found in some user manuals. Additionally, a Chrysler dealership would be able to determine what each code means; this information is also published in detailed repair manuals, such as those made by Chilton.
There are only 6 service codes for the Honda Accord. Never heard of service code 7.
Push the power button on the stereo then enter the code
Honda Accord AnswerWhen the car was bought new, there were 2 small cards with the code written on them. They are either 5 or 6 digit codes. Search for these cards and also look in your owners manual to see if the codes are written somewhere. If you cannot find the codes, then you have only two choices. Call the selling dealer and see if they have a record of the codes. If not, you must acquire the serial # off the radio in order to get the codes. This will require you to remove the radio from the vehicle, or at the very least remove it enough to read the serial #. A small hand held mirror may help. Once you have this serial #, any Honda dealer can use it to provide the code. There are also sites on-line that will provide the code for a fee. Search with the term "Honda Radio Codes" The code for the radio is 55223 give it a try i have an accord 02 se and i got the code for it from family Honda
Click the link for directions and a diagram.
There are presently over 350 NFPA codes, standards and manuals maintained by over 7,000 volunteer members, coordinated by NFPA staff experts.
With an OBD2 scanner. Most big autoparts stores will do this for free.
Purchase the Haynes or Bentley manual for your car. Haynes and Bentley produce excellent manuals that others cannot compare to. Chiltons manuals are useless do not waste your $$$
One can read the check engine codes without hiring a professional by checking the car manual. All car manuals describe how to read the codes for that car.
The 1998 Honda Accord came equipped in a 4 and 6 cylinder engine. Transmission codes include P2A8 manual and BAXA automatic.
I found this helpful: http://hondaswap.com/reference-materials/88-ecu-error-codes-29109/ Good luck.
Should be able to just disconnect your battery for a few minutes and it will erase the codes.
Have the vehicle scanned for codes. The codes will help determine the why.
I used this website: http://www.dhost.info/accordinfo/howto/cel.html
check with the dealer for the reset codes.
Enter the code with the preset buttons on the radio.
Hook up a scan tool or take it to your dealer.