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How to remove steering wheel on a 1999 honda accord

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Remove cover remomove nut in center then you will need steering wheel puller i think autozone has one on ther loan a tool sheet. just leave deposit bring back your cost $0

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I need to know how to replace tumbler 1993 honda accord 5-speed


That is not the key part of the switch, it is the electruical switch the key cylinder operated.
Instructions
    • Set the front wheels to point forward and remove the key from the ignition.
    • 2Disconnect the black battery cable and then the red battery cable, in that order, using a wrench unfasten the two torx bolts securing the lower lid on the steering wheel using a ratchet and torx bit. Pull off the red shorting connector from the underside of the lid and put the lid aside.
  • 4Reach through the steering cover opening, unplug the air-bag electrical connector and insert the red shorting connector to the air bag side of the unplugged connector.
  • 5Unfasten the three glove-box mounting screws and put the glove box aside using a Phillips screwdriver.
  • 6Unplug the passenger air-bag electrical connector and insert the red shorting connector located next to the connector into the air-bag side of the unplugged connector.
  • 7Pry off the small cover behind and on each side of the steering wheel using a small flat-head screwdriver.
  • 8Unfasten the torx bolts under the small covers using a ratchet and a T30 torx bit and remove the bag assembly from the steering wheel. Place the bag in a safe place away from your working area with the cover facing up.
  • 9Unplug the horn connector located on the upper side of the steering wheel assembly and the cruise control switch located off center and towards the right of the steering wheel assembly.
  • 10Make alignment marks on the steering column shaft, at the center of the steering wheel, and the steering wheel assembly so that you can reinstall the steering wheel in the same exact position. Use a marker.
  • 11Unfasten the steering-wheel retaining nut on the center of the assembly using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket. Hold the steering wheel steady with one hand as you remove the retaining nut.
  • 12Rock the steering wheel carefully from side to side as you pull the wheel off the center shaft. If the steering wheel is stuck, install a steering wheel puller on the assembly and detach the wheel from the shaft.
  • 13Remove the upper and lower steering column covers using a Phillips screwdriver.
  • 14Unplug the ignition switch connector.
  • 15Insert the key into the lock cylinder and turn the key to the "On" position.
  • 16Unfasten the two ignition-switch mounting bolts from the steering column using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket. Then remove the switch from the steering column
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    How to remove front discs on 1991 honda accord


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    Remove the wheels

    Remove the steering knuckle from the vehicle.

    Remove the 4 bolts retaining the hub unit to the steering knuckle and remove the hub unit.

    Remove the 4 bolts retaining the hub unit to the steering knuckle and remove the hub unit/rotor assembly

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    I cannot figure out how to pull the steering wheel off of my 96 honda accord


    Read this carefully, in total, before you begin.

    With car wheels aimed straight ahead, disconnect the neg. battery terminal (if you have an anti-theft radio, make sure you have the code, because you will need it.)

    Wait three minutes before proceeding to allow the airbag’s backup power supply to be depleted.

    Remove the access plate from the lower steering column cover and remove the short connector from the access plate (the short connector is stowed on the inside of the access plate. It is a little device that is used especially for this purpose)

    Unplug the airbag module-to-cable reel connector (yellow) and plug the short connector into the airbag module side of this connection to disable the airbag.

    Remove the access panels from each side of the back of the steering wheel cover, then remove both of the torx screws (you’ll need a torx screwdriver) that retain the airbag module to the steering wheel.

    Pull the module off the steering wheel and CAREFULLY set it aside with the trim side facing up.

    Unplug the electrical connector for the horn, and, if you have it, for the cruise control.

    Remove the steering wheel retaining nut. Paint or scribe a mark indicating the relationship of the steering wheel hub to the steering shaft.

    Remove the steering wheel with a steering wheel puller. DO NOT turn the steering shaft while the steering wheel is removed. If you do so, the airbag reel could be damaged.

    Reinstallation is the reverse of the removal, making sure the cable reel is centered with the car wheels straight ahead (if you haven't moved the shaft, that should not be a problem), and making sure that the locating pins on the steering column engage the holes in the back of the steering wheel. Put the nut back. Torque it (36 ft. lbs). Reconnect horn and cruise control. Replace airbag, tighten torx screws. Reconnect airbag and put short connector back in access plate. Reconnect neg. battery cable.

    Hope this helps you.

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    My honda had a similar problem, it would not start at all. I checked everything, starter,battery, and even replacing relays, nothing worked. I ended up replacing the ignition switch. this is about a 50.00 part. You will need to remove some of the dash on the driver's side, 4-5 screws on the steering column to expose the switch. there are 2 screws that are visible and one that is hard to reach on the back side, however can be taken out with a small wrench (6 MM I believe). there are two wire harnesses that will need to be removed in order to get to that last screw. then re assemble as you have taken apart. When re assembling the plastic on the steering column, be careful to make sure that you align correctly or you will get a clicking noise every time you turn the wheel. total time period to do this is about 4 hours. Good Luck!

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    How do i remove the rack and pinion on a 1996 honda accord lx? how do i get the yoke out of steering column


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    Replace airbag on `92 honda accord


    When an SRS cable reel assembly is removed and set aside during vehicle repairs, the cable reel may rotate inside the assembly so it is no longer centered. If the assembly is reinstalled with the reel off-center, the cable can break when the steering wheel is turned to full lock. The cable reel holding fixture locks the reel while the assembly is off the vehicle, keeping it centered for reinstallation.
    CABLE REEL REMOVAL PROCEDURE
    1. Follow the procedure in the appropriate service manual for disconnecting the battery, and removing the dashboard panels, steering column covers, airbag, and steering wheel.
    ^ Always install short connectors on the connectors for the driver's and passenger's (if so equipped) airbags.
    ^ Make sure the front wheels are pointed straight ahead before removing the steering wheel.
    2. Verify that the cable reel is centered; the yellow gear tooth is lined up with the alignment mark on the cover. Install the cable reel holding fixture in the cable reel assembly as shown. Use a TORX T-10 wrench.
    3. Disconnect the 6-P connector, then remove the cable reel assembly.
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    1. Verify that the front wheels are still pointed straight ahead.
    2. Reinstall the cable reel assembly, and reconnect the 6-P connector.
    3. Remove the cable reel holding fixture.
    4. Follow the service manual procedure for reinstallation of the steering wheel, airbag, steering column covers, and dashboard covers.
    5. Verify SRS operation as described in the service manual. Road test the vehicle.
    ^ If the steering wheel spoke angle is not correct, change it by adjusting the tie rod ends. Do not remove and reposition the steering wheel.
    PARTS INFORMATION
    Cable reel holding fixture:
    For 1992-95 Civic and Ohio-produced 1992-95 Accord
    P/N 77900-SPO-999, H/C 4733564
    For 1991 Accord Wagon, 1992-95
    Prelude, 1995 Odyssey and Japan-produced
    1992-95 Accord
    P/N 77900-SM5-999, H/C 4733572
    WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION
    Use the Flat Rate Manual information for the repair being performed.

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