Question about 1995 Honda Accord
Turn on and then shut off shortly after. Changed motor, and controller, and still the same problem. what or where else should I look or check?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 Honda Accord will not start
First you must check to see what missing. You must have spark at the pugs and gas at the injector for this car to start. See whats missing and get back to me. The 1995 Honda Accord has a history of bad distributor. If there is no spark at the spark plugs replace distributor. However on some models the coil is separate and not in the distributor, if so make sure the coil is working.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
SOURCE: vss for honda accord 95
there is a ten millimeter bolt holding it in remove this then depending if you have a factory or afterrmarket replacement you may have to remove the three tourqe scews fom sensor and replace just the electrical portion of the swith and reuse the shaft. Be sure to lubricate the shafts oring before reinstalling and double check to makesure the sensor is seated before installing the ten millimeter bolt. this can some times be tricky because the gear on the sensor doesnt mesh eith the gear in the diff just rotate the sensor side to side if this happens until it bottoms out
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Sounds like the wiper arm has become disconnected. There may be a clip or bushing that has broken or fallen off. The wiper motor/arms etc are accessible by taking the cover off (usually plastic and possibly held in by screws or large plastic slots) that's at the base of the windshield. You may have to lift the hood for access and removal. Just take your time and don't force anything.
It's really simple after that. You turn your motor on and look for moving parts, that'll be the wiper motor. Either it's disconnected at the motor or it be disconnected on the arm. Usually one arm will move both wipers. If you're lucky, maybe it's just fallen off and you can find the clip or bushing and re-attach it. Otherwise, you may have to get a new part, which in this case would probably come from the dealer.
You may possibly also get it from a junkyard, but chances are if it's a small part, then they may not sell it to you. However some junk yards WILL sell you these small parts, and others may even let you pull the part yourself. If you could do this, you could also see how the part properly attaches.
If it's confusing how to re-attach the parts, then you may have to buy a Haynes or Chilton manual to see exactly how everything looks. Diagrams would be great. If there's no good pix in the manual, then try online. The best would be to see fully functional operating wipers on a similar car. Maybe find a buddy to take a peek at his after you practice on yours.
The part if broken should fit multiple years of your make of car.
Get this fixed soon because not only will it not pass inspection, but it is highly unsafe.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
There is a 10mm nut on the wiper where it connects to the post near the hood. Unscrew it and lift the arm off of the post. Turn it just a little up and put it back on the post. Screw the nut back on and it should work.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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