Make sure all your t/s bulbs are correct. If not sure buy new bulbs from Honda parts dept. If bulbs are correct you probably have a problem with the turn signal control module. Check all connectors for proper continuity before replacing this module as it it pricey. If you have know experience I suggest you take your car to the dealer. This is not a problem for "joe's garage"
Mine is a 2000 Honda Accord and the same thing began happening to me. Once the car warms up, the light goes out....http://www.hyojiggy.com/?p=147this fixed my issue
The fluid could be low, or the pump could be weak and makes noise until it warms up the fluid. There is an additive available to help quiet the pump.
Your floats might be stuck.
P1498 is a Check Engine Code. It refers to "EGR lift sensor high voltage". Checking with google, it sounds like you need to check for poor connections or loose wires at the EGR valve. This problem can be intermittent, and may resolve once the engine warms up.
The question is nowehere near specific enough to answer.
Honda Accord 2003-2008 Tourer Tyre Pressures: Assuming you have 205/55 R16 91V Tyres (Standard 16" wheels) Average loading front 33psi(2.3 bar) - rear 30psi(2.1 bar) Maximum Loading front 35psi(2.4 bar) - rear 35psi(2.4 bar) Towing front 35 psi(2.4 bar) - rear 42psi(2.9 bar) Remember to check the pressures with the tyre cold (i.e. not having driven anywhere which warms it up).
Oil gets thinner when its hot. Use a slightly higher viscosity.
if it smokes when you first start it, or sometimes if it has a tic tic in the top end intill it warms up
Clean the throttle body. If that doesn work, replace the Idle Air Control (Valve), which is located on the throttle body.
If a 1989 Honda Accord is experiencing idle issues the idle air control valve should be checked. A malfunctioning valve will cause the engine to run richer to compensate for less air and cause the car to have bad fuel economy.
The land warms faster
The sun warms the earth.
soil warms faster than water.
My mechanic (who I trust) replaced my O2 sensor and exhaust manifold and the problem went away.
By when it warms air which warms land along the coast
As far as regarding climate change, the Arctic warms the fastest.
timing delay sensor
Mostly the sun. The sun's heat warms the earth. This heat, in the form of infra-red energy rises into the atmosphere where it is trapped by greenhouse gases. This greenhouse effect warms the atmosphere.
The Gulf Stream warms the eastern coast of the United States. Its outreach, the North Atlantic Drift, warms Western Europe.
IF its doing this only when it warms up, it might be a bad coil - is it getting gas?
in the dirt
warms is spelled worms and yes they lays eggs they are not mammals so they lay eggs
The North Atlantic Drift is an ocean current that warms France, Ireland and the UK.
As far as I know, th sun warms the earth, although the sun is a star, not a planet.
That would be the nose. It warms, filters, and humidifies room air. Its our built in heat and moisture reclaimer.