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possible linkage damaged or disconnected

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most likely wants some gas ,take to a garage with a AC machine and a mechanic who knows how it works ,as some pressure switches can cause problems but most likely just wants topping up with R600A gas .R134A has been removed from europe by taxation

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key wont come out or turn to off until gear selector is in park [ recognize that its in park ] your selector or transmission selector cable is damaged

Honda Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


you need service and repair manual to get the solution and to fix the problem on your own and the manual you will get from the given link http://toolsnyou.com/

Honda Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


I very much doubt that there are any grease fittings on your Honda. Most manufacturers are now using 'permanently' lubricated ball joints, universal joints, cv joints, etc. It's even hard to find replacement parts with provision to install zerk fittings for lubrication.

Honda Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


there is a shape on the side of the key that fits in the bottom part. If you line up the bump with the slot the right way, and turn it, the shutter will open
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Honda Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago


hello, i just had the same problem. i have a 94 accord 4 cyl, and the rpm would sit at 500at normal temp. i cleaned the iacv the ficv. there is also a screw under the throttle body( i forgot what is is called, but you screw it back in), that seemed to help for my fluctuating idle problem. i recently changed my pcv valve and now my rpm sit at 1000. so i think that you need to change out your pcv valve. only 2.99 at autozone. hope you found this helpful

1994 Honda... | Answered 3 days ago


Most current automatic transmissions will be put into a "limp" mode if the electronics detect a fault in the transmission. That is, the transmission will go into one gear (usually second or third depending on how many speed ranges the transmission has) and allow you to drive it slowly to a service department or transmission shop. The intent is to prevent further damage by continuing to drive with the problem. It's possible the problem is relatively minor and inexpensive to repair, but continuing to drive it will almost certainly cause more damage (and be more expensive) to repair.

Honda Cars &... | Answered 3 days ago

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