Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove a few of the clips on the inner fender liner, depending on which bulb u are replaceing(left or right?) turn the wheels in either direction and u will be able to slide ur hand or arm between the liner and fender to gain access to the bulbs and connectors..do not remove the battery .
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: service for 2006 honda accord
Usually Honda Accord needs services in 30, 60, 90K.
Regular Oil change in every 5000 miles.
An easy way to see is sign up for Honda's Ownerlink.
All you need is your VIN number (usually found on the door jam, outside bottom of the windshield, trunk, etc)
Once you got your car registered, go to the service/maintainece linkand then click "View your factory-recommended Maintenance Schedule."and its all in there
Hope that helps!
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: 1996 accord center console
If your vehicle is an automatic, it should light up your console where the gears are marked. There's a bulb under the console. in order to get to it, you'll need to empty the console and remove the plastic piece covering the screws (very bottom of console middle) and remove the screws. Then you'll need to remove the drink holder (pops out) and remove the screws under it. Lift the rear piece of the console over the E brake, and loosen the screws to the piece with the gear indicator. You should be able to see the lamp holder and twist lock connector. If the connector hasn't just fallen out, replace the bulb and twist the connector securely back into place.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
I am guessing it is the part above the radio. It pulls straight out towards you. All you need is a hook tool ( a tool with a 90' bend at the end) place the tool inside the vent all the way to the left side and hook on the plastic near the edge. While holding the tool firmly to the left to keep it from slipping out (you will scratch the vent if it slips out), pull out straight out towards you, it should pop out off of the clips. A quick swift pull will do it.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Your talking about the center dash vent assembly that wraps over the top of the dash correct. honda makes a special tool for this, however I use the hook from my 4peice pick set (it's got to be 4inches or longer). I stick the hook through the center dash vent and hook it on the inside of the air duct (not the adjustable vents) and simply pull toward you. you'll have to use a flash light to make sure you on the edge of the air duct. This pulls the clips and then you disconnect the hazzard switch and the sunlight temp sensor. -hope this helps
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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