Axles usually make noise when any type of load is placed on them whether it be from turning or accelerating. I know that my daughters went bad just the other day. It was making a horrible clicking noise left rear.
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Hold preset buttons #1 & #6 down, turn on radio. Keep holding down buttons, record 1st 4, then 2nd 4, of radio serial number. Either register your car on-line with Honda to get the code or go to a Honda dealer.
Seems to be common on this vehicle. According to the owners manual, "note the select/reset knob on the instrument panel (post protruding through bezel on right-hand side of steering wheel) controls the brightness of the instrument panel lights. Turn the knob to adjust the brightness.
Separate adjustments can be made when the headlights are on and off."
If the dimmer doesn't alter the brightness of the cluster when the headlights are on and off, then the bulbs will need to be replaced.
A YouTube video exists to show a beginner mechanic how to remove the bezel with 5 screws to access and replace the bulbs, which can be obtained at any auto parts store.
Temp.gauge really has nothing to do with the perfomance of the engine. If the car has been unused for a few hours, the engine oil etc settles down. It is good idea to let it run after a cold start so the oil circulates in the engine. Keep in mind it's a 1996 model and needs more care. Keep servicing regularly.
Do you have a yellow engine light showing on your dash?
If so, it is possible you have error code P2646.
Try going to a Advance Auto Parts store or Autozone store and have them read your error codes.
Very low oil levels can cause this. Try changing your oil
Faulty VTEC oil pressure switches or oil control solenoids - replace.
Clogged (or sludged) oil passages. Try cleaning or replacing the filter/strainer in the Valve Timing Solenoid (located on the back of the cylinder head on the passenger side enclosed in a L shaped heatshield with two electrical plugs on top). And the filter/strainer on the front passenger side of the engine. Watch this video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PknGSpDsmiI it should help.
The security code is listed in your owners manual, hidden under the passenger seat. You can also call a Honda Dealer and provide them your VIN# to obtain the code, but you better write it down in a safe, convenient place, because this happens often.
No. Well, some say yes, for fuel pumps, electronic parts like sensors, some other critical parts. Of course it's better to buy honda when you can afford it. But your starter should be good enough. Don't condemn it yet. After all, it has a warranty?
Get the cable first.