Owner's manual say that 'if the seat belt motor" does not come on after changing the fuses...then move the seat belt mechanism manually to the back and 'usefull' position. My owners manual says there is a 'plastic plug' on the 'b' pillar at the bottom. You have to pry that 'plug' off and insert a tool, that came in my 'flat tire' tool box to manually pull the sealt belt mechanism to the back position. The tool look like a "torx' head screw driver with a 'push' on 'wheel' so you can wheel back the mechanism. I have seen both of these items in my 'flat tire' tool bag that came with the car. I hope I still have them. I will now go out and try it.AnswerMake sure you check the fuses under your hood, I had the same problem on my '90 Accord and it turns out it was some bad fuses. Also check your relays while under the hood.The reason for relays is to provide 12 volt power to anything mechanical or motorized, which is what your seatbelts are. check back and let me know if it worked for you. Good Luck! Answeri also have a accord, 1991.and drivers side only works in the forward position and all fuses look good to me and looked at all connection, all look good ......any help wold be helpful. thanks rig Answerwell..i checked all wires, contacts, plugs, switches with a meterand wire diagram,all in working order. from door latch to the module under passenger side seat.unpluged module and jumped wires and made the seat belt move manually...replaced mudule..........and still didnt work...are there any other switches someplace else?hmmmmm maybe replace with manaul belts?ant guesses will help.....thanks AnswerThere are switches at both ends of the seat belt "runway", try turning off the vehicle, press down on the reset switch, turn car on, hopefully the set belt works now.
Also, I have manually moved the seat belt to the locked position, as long as no-one uses that door, the warning "beep" at least goes away.
Some of the 1991 models have automatic seat belts, in fact, I think all of them do. So, I think it is safe to assume your 92 model came with the automatic belts. I have a 1992 Honda Accord EX and I have manual seatbelts, so maybe it was an option... but not standard....
Both the I4 and V6 engine in the Accord have timing belts.
The air-condition belt on a 2001 Honda Accord also controls the heat. When the belt needs to be changed the ridges on the belt will show wear.
The 2015 Honda Accord V6 models are timing belts. The 4-cylinder version uses timing chain.
( Yes ) , the 2.2 liter - 4 cylinder engine in a 1993 Honda Accord ( IS an interference engine ) according to Gates ( they make timing belts etc . )
Yes ( according to Gates - they make timing belts etc , the 3.0 L - V6 is an interference engine in your 2003 Honda Accord )
Depending on the engine, some have a timing belt and a balance shaft belt.
Yes , the 2.2 L - 4 cylinder engine in a 1991 Honda Accord is an interferance engine ( according to www . gates . com - no spaces - they manufacture timing belts etc. )
Honda seat belts are covered by lifetime warranty for labor and parts. take your car to the dealer. I had the seat belts fixed in my car recently.
My '89 Accord just began idling like that. It turns out that two of the belts broke yesterday, so maybe your belts are on the verge of breaking. Mine has been idling like that for just a few days before the belts broke.
4 cylinder 2003-2007 Honda Accords have timing chains. 6 cylinder 2003-2007 Honda Accords have timing belts.
Can your pully holding alternater belt and ect. coming loose and belts coming off cause my Honda to jump timing ?
The Accord changed from a belt to chain in 2003. The Civic changed from belt to chain in 2006. Prior to that they all had belts.
Yes , the 2.3 liter - 4 cylinder - in a 1999 Honda Accord is an interference engine ( according to Gates , they make timing belts etc. )
Defective seat belts should be replaced (never repaired) with ones available from the dealer only. Anything else puts your passengers and yourself in unneccesary danger.
Timing chains are designed to last the life of the engine.Timing belts however are a different story. Need to know what year Accord and which engine you have.
Replace both belts at 105,000 miles. This is an interference engine and as such it is critical that you replace these belts. If the cam belt breaks you will have serious engine damage.
Take it to a Honda Dealer, they will fix it...no charge! Seat belts are mandatory safety items no sense in doing something if the dealer will do it for free.
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Have a look at www.gates.com manufacturer of all kinds of belts including timing belts. Their website indicates that most Honda engines are interference engines. In a word, most likely it will damage the valvetrain if the belt breaks. exhaust valves bye-bye If you broke the timing belt on an 88 Accord, don't waste your money getting the engine fixed or replaced. You can purchase a 1192-1993 Accord for less money than you would spend repairing your 1988 Accord.
Belts need replacing or ajusting. They are slipping on the pulley.
70,000 is standard on timing belts. Change the water pump at the same time because they die at the same mileage.
the seat belt in my 1991 Honda accord will not move on track when the door is shut The best news is that it seems that Honda as well as others offer a lifetime warranty on seatbelts and its componets if it is a manufacture defect, check with the dealer near you to make sure, I have read this in many posts in the web. Here is a link in reference to this http://www.autostalk.com/Honda-acura-vehicles/Honda-seat-belt-warranty-419866.HTML
Most older Honda engines have timing belts. However the Honda 2.4L engine used in the CRV since 2002 and in the Accord since 2003 has a timing CHAIN. Yes the 2007 CRV does have a timing chain and not a belt
well Honda's are a bit tricky since there made in japan theres no hand space, i drive Honda integra, you have to lift the car up find 3 belts one of the belts is the alternators, find it unhook and then find where your alternator latchesNote: this make take an hr. if you know what your doing