Question about 1991 Honda Accord
I noticed the other day this was partly engaged on the track. I made the mistake of attempting to force this back into shoulder position, then it didn't move. I used all my weight today and was able to push it back to the side mirror position but I also noticed a cable hanging down. Am I going to need to replace the entire kit? Or should I look into a body shop or a dealer?
Hello, I am assuming that this is an early 90's Legacy. This was a fairly common problem w/ these systems once they reached a certain age. The entire unit will have to be replaced, the only problem will be locating one. If I remember correctly, back when the dealers still stocked them they were priced out at around $1,000. I am dreading the day when my '94 legacy's go out. I hope this info helps...(subytech1)...
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