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Remove the plastic cover and you should be able to adjust the catch.

2002 Honda Civic | Answered 4 hours ago

It sounds like a fuel problem try changing the fuel filter if it has never been changed before that could be your problem

1996 Honda... | Answered 6 hours ago

I would say it is possible, just check what models were available within your series, they normally have same body, and vary between 1500 cc upwards, so that would indicate if you can just to a straight swop as engine compartment size will then have been built to accommodate.I had the euro, and it came with engine sizes from 1800 cc to 2400, with same chassis.

There might be challenges with the ecu's for transmission etc. needing to be changed as well.

On the whole it might be more cost effective to on sell yours and just get a standard vtech?

Honda Cars &... | Answered 6 hours ago

Junk and grime can get down in your shifter . U need check out how to take the shifter top off clean where the button goes down that connects to a rod that moves down and allows you to shift . The clicks u hear may be the end of rod not moving down far enough so it is clicking in and out of ever groove in the assembly . There is a groove for each gear that keeps it in place . Look on u tube for videos of this and I'm sure it will help .

1993 Honda... | Answered 10 hours ago

Please follow the instructions step-by-step in order for the remote programming to work. These instructions are useful for 1999-2004 Honda Civic. This procedure clears the transmitter codes and creates new ones, so you must program allremotes at the same time, even if one or more is already working.

  • Enter the car and close all doors.
  • Each of the following steps must be completed within five seconds of completing the previous step. If you take longer or make a mistake, start the entire procedure over again.
  • Insert the key into the ignition, and hold one remote in your left hand. Whenever the instructions say to press the LOCK button, you should press the lock button on the remote for about a second and then release it.
  • Perform each of the following three steps in order, then repeat all three steps two more times, for a total of three times each:
1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, marked II.
2. Press the LOCK button.
3. Turn the ignition switch to the Off position, marked I.
  • Do this three times!
  • Next, turn the ignition switch to the ON position (II) for a fourth time.
  • Press the LOCK button again. The door locks should now make a cycling sound, indicating that the system has entered Programming Mode.
  • Press the LOCK button one more time to program this remote. If you have other remotes to program, press the LOCK button on each one in turn. The door locks should make the cycling sound after you press LOCK on each remote. You may program up to three remotes, and they must all be programmed within ten seconds of each othe
  • Turn the ignition off and remove the key. The remotes are now programmed and may be tested.
  • If you've got a trunk/hatch release, hold the button for this function for a few seconds.

Honda Cars &... | Answered 12 hours ago

1992 honda accord No need to wrry, simply get a complete service manual from here online and quickly fix your problem.
I have attached link

1992 Honda... | Answered 12 hours ago

I don't know if this is something you want to get into? You decide. Front Seat Belt Replacement SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before performing repairs or service.
NOTE: Check the front seat belts for damage, and replace them if necessary.

Front Seat Belt

  1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio, and then write down the frequencies for the preset buttons.
  2. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery, and wait at least 3 minutes before beginning work.
  3. Slide the front seat forward fully.
  1. Pull the lower anchor cover (A) back, and remove the lower anchor bolt (B).
  2. Remove the B-pillar lower trim panel.

  1. Remove the upper anchor cover (A), and remove the upper anchor bolt (B).

  1. Disconnect the seat belt tensioner connector (A), and detach the harness clip (B) from the retractor (C). Remove the upper retractor mounting bolt (D), and the lower retractor bolt (E), then remove the front seat belt (F) and retractor.
  2. If necessary, remove the front seat belt protector (G).
  3. Remove the B-pillar upper trim.

  1. Remove the shoulder anchor adjuster (A).

  1. Install the seat belt in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:
    • Assemble the washers, collar, and bushing on the upper and lower anchor bolts as shown.
    • Check that the retractor locking mechanism functions.
    • Apply liquid thread lock to the anchor bolts before reinstallation.
    • If the seat belt tensioner has been activated, replace the front seat belt protector with a new one.
    • Before installing the anchor bolts, make sure there are no twists or kinks in the seat belt.
    • Make sure the seat belt tensioner connector is plugged in properly.
    • Reconnect the negative cable to the battery.
    • Enter the anti-theft code for the radio, and then enter the customer's radio station presets.
    • Reset the clock.
    • Do the PCM idle learn procedure and the power window control unit reset procedure.
Upper anchor bolt installation
Lower anchor bolt installation

Seat Belt Buckle

  1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio, and then write down the frequencies for the preset buttons.
  2. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery, and wait at least 3 minutes before beginning work.
  3. Remove the front seat.
  4. If equipped, remove the center table.
  5. Remove the under seat storage box.
  6. Remove the center cover, driver's, passenger's.
  1. Driver's: If equipped with seat heater, remove the harness band (A), and disconnect the seat subharness connector (B). If equipped without seat heater, detach the seat belt switch connector clip (C). Detach the seat belt buckle tensioner clip (D), and harness clip (E).

2003 Honda CR-V | Answered 13 hours ago

Did you check fuel pressure , an it has spark ? What is missing ?Need's three thing's for it to start an run , fuel , spark an compression . Video's on youtube showing how to test for these.

1994 Honda... | Answered 13 hours ago

hi Msk32773.
this is all i could find on the internet about this matter.
go to this forum ans see if it helps you out.i know its a 200 model but it might help you.
or go to this link.
2001 Honda CRV no spark output to the plugs Google Search

1997 Honda CR-V | Answered 17 hours ago

faulty earth, going through the brake bulb instead . clean the connections on the earth and the plug. should sort it.

1999 Honda Civic | Answered Yesterday

If you have already checked fuses and bulbs, you can do the following:
If you have a multimeter, set it to DC voltage 20 and remove the light bulb. Have someone else press the brake pedal and touch your leads from the multimeter to the contacts (one lead on one, the other on the opposite terminal) and see if you're getting 12-14 volts DC. If you are getting the proper voltage, then the bulb should be replaced with a known working bulb.
If you are getting no power when the brake pedal is depressed, you have a break in the wire somewhere and will need to track it down.
Sometimes, there is a separate fuse for the 3rd brake light - have you checked for that fuse?
It's possible the wire leading to the 3rd brake light has been cut or otherwise damaged - possibly from overloading the trunk and items physically damaging the wire.
Another possibility is a faulty ground for that light assembly. Try to locate a service manual for the car and track down where the ground wire should be and make sure you have a solid connection.

If all else fails, take your car to a qualified technician for a closer look.

1991 Honda... | Answered Yesterday

Start by checking the fuse for the horn. Typically, there is a fuse box under the dash, either on the passenger or driver's side. There is also typically another fuse box located within the engine compartment. If that doesn't work, contact your dealer or preferred automotive repair center.

Honda Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

hi Nrucker256.
this is all i could find out.
it´s a problem with the brake light switch at the brake pedal.
or try this link.

How to Fix Stuck Brake Light

Honda Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

Try Autozone repair guide here

Honda Cars &... | Answered Yesterday

do not waste your time and money by going to workshop mechanic you better know they charge around 50$ to60$ per hour so get the service and repair manual from the given link and fix the problem by your own step by step with the help of diagram

1996 Honda... | Answered Yesterday

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