Question about 1992 Acura Vigor
When I try to honk the horn I just hear a clicking sound
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your solenoid sits right next to your starter on the same housing you can check it by removing your starter from your transmission bell housing follow your positive cable from your battery there will be two bolts . this could be a pain in the **** but you can do it. once you have it out you can check it with a set of jumper cables on the ground . connect your neg: cable to the outer housing were the bolt holes are. then touch the pos: cable to the small bolt and the large bolt at the same time. if the starter ingages at a high speed rpm than its ok this means if the gear in front pops out and spins with no problem. when you do this the starter will try to jump dont be frieghtend. hold it for just a few second so you dont burn out the solenoid. if none of this happens then you need a new starter good luck
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Check for brake fluids and make sure all the brake fluid container is closed tightly. Also, you make have to bleed the brakes.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
they are below the driver side kick panel. It has a round latch turn over clock wise and pull cant miss it. Also there is another fuse box in engine compartment by the battery it has a cover pull it off.
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: 1994 acura vigor
The front brake rotors are press fitted to the front wheel bearings and are removed from the car with a special tool (puller) or can be seperated by removing the whole assembly and placing it in a press to seperate them. You may damage the bearing if not done right.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
If the horn only honked once it may be a symptom of your car alarm being set off after power has been re-applied. If the horn stays on after you reconnect the battery you have either a stuck horn button on your steering wheel or a stuck horn relay. Or it could be the alarm sounding the horn but that usually that occurs in a series of horn blasts (rather than continuous) and the car indicators usually flash in sync with the alarm sounding.
If the horn is stuck on in a continuous blast ie not sounding on and then off and then on etc etc, disconnect one the battery cables then pull the fuse that feeds the horn or pull off one of the removable spade electrical connectors from one of the 2 terminals on the horn itself. Usually the fuse box is either under the dashboard on the drivers side or could be under the hood. Consult your user manual for your car for fuse and horn locations.
If the horn is stuck you need to visit a qualified auto electrician, or perhaps you have a friend who knows his way around auto electrics?
Steve (Melbourne, Australia)
Posted on May 12, 2010
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