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199 honda accord mechanical issues

Replacing window regulator on 99 accord and how to fix  hard shift/slippage of 1st gear after california stops, and why remote locks stick or do not lock

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  • zilly007 Dec 17, 2008

    well the regulator cable broke so buying a new one there, and the tranny fluid is good maybe need flushed but hate to do that and have it **** out

  • 42windowman May 11, 2010

    how many mile - i will get back to you tomorrow - late now

  • 42windowman May 11, 2010

    check fluids in transmission-oil or lubricate your door assemblies- the parts that clamp around the post in your door jams.Let me know if this makes sense to you

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Check ebay for the regulator if you do not have a wholesale place to get it.

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