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it sounds like a probem with the correlation of the throttle position sensor and the P.C,M, With the drive by wire system, throttle is no longer a command, but rather a request for throttle provided the P.C.M. gives the ok after taking readings from various sensors. this correlation for whatever reason goes wrong and often neds attention from the manufacturers mechanic for a relearn, which will relearn the throttles home position and correct the problem.

Honda Accord... | Answered Yesterday

i need the vacume hose routing diagram for a 92 accord

1992 Honda... | Answered on Jun 10, 2019

Its up near the glove box. Easy job. Don't pay the dealer $250. It cost me around $40 and took about 5-10 minutes to remove and replace. This is the problem 80% of the time and NOT the blower motor.

2004 Honda... | Answered on Jun 09, 2019

Tighten the cylinder head bolts. Tighten the cylinder head bolts is sequence to 29 Nm (3.0 kgf-m, 22 ft. lbs.). Use a beam-type torque wrench. When using a preset type torque wrench, be sure to tighten slowly and do not overtighten. If a bolt makes any noise while you are torquing it, loosen the bolt and retighten it. Make sure the threads are clean, new heads bolts are best.


2001 Honda... | Answered on Jun 05, 2019

You only get like 10 tries this means you made to many attempts trying to put the wrong code in. Disconnect the battery cable and then try putting the code in the radio again.

2004 Honda... | Answered on May 30, 2019

Replacing the timing belt, if you're mechanically inclined, is not a bad job at all. Haynes has a good step by step instructions for your car. The only problem you'll have is removing the balancer bolt. It's on there tight. If you decide to do the job yourself, email me and I'll tell you the trick on removing the balancer bolt without the use of an impact gun. I do this trick on all the Honda's I change the timing belts on.

1994 Honda... | Answered on May 29, 2019

Check battery connections with a meter.

1992 Honda... | Answered on May 26, 2019

The "Idle Air Control Valve" is located on the side of your throttle body. (See Photos)


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2002 Honda... | Answered on May 24, 2019

Maybe a little late here but i have a fix for this after turning down my dealers generous offer of a 750gbp fix i did some extensive googling and found this.... With your ignition on open the tailgate using the catch inside then turn off ignition and disconnect the battery for a minute. Reconect the battery and turn on ignition and let the warning lights go through their cycle. With the ignition still on shut the tailgate and hey Presto should be as good as new.

2004 Honda... | Answered on May 15, 2019

the best thing you can do is pull the code and work from there.

this thread shows you how to pull the code without using a scanner. its pretty simple. the only reason i can think of why your d4 and check engine light would go on at the same time would be either the main relay you installed is not the correct one or the speedometer is giving problems now. hope this helps. goodluck, and if you need more assistance, let me kknow

1995 Honda... | Answered on May 14, 2019

You need the fault code read that triggered the light to come on.

2006 Honda... | Answered on May 04, 2019

1700 is a generic code for many makes and models referring to a transmission issue.1751 is directed to the shift solenoid valve b. May be able to replace just that solenoid and be ok. Cheaper than a transmission.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Apr 24, 2019

These vehicles are notorious for bad climate control modules. There are several companies that will check and rebuild in nessicary.

1998 Honda... | Answered on Apr 24, 2019

Cables may be seized. Take off the rear drums and check the shoes. Lube or replace the cables and readjust the e brake.

2005 Honda... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019

Low oil pressure will cause the tappets to chatter and in worst circumstances, the main bearings to become noisy. I would complete an oil and filter change using the recommended grades from your owners manual first. If still noisy, it is probably down to poor/lack if servicing and too late to stop.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Mar 27, 2019

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