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1. Press and hold the select/reset button on the right of the instrument panel beneath the odometer reading. 2. Insert the ignition key into the ignition while continuing to to hold the select/reset button. 3. Turn the ignition key to the power accessory position. This will illuminate all the lights on the instrument panel without the engine running. 4. Continue to hold down the select/reset button until the maintenance required light goes out. On some year models, the light may blink once before going out.
With the key off, press the odometer reset button on the instrument panel. Hold the button down and turn the key to the "on" position without starting the car. The light should go out within 10-15 seconds.
take off the plastic caseing arround it and it hase two screws holding it down question is ithe the key cylinder or the ingnition or electrical harness they are 2 seperate parts( electrical harness ) has 2 small screws philips can be removed with out key cylinder or all together 2 screws holding the key cylinder in place
cars with high miles some will smoke due to worned piston ring or some of the valves may not be closing properly. key get stuck in ignition can be worn ignition switch, best way to deal with that is move the steering wheel back and forth to get it out of lock position while pressing in the key and rotating it out. ignition switch if fairly expensive to replace. loud noise from engine, take it to any repair shop any experienced mechanic can tell you what the noise is and should not cost you anything just to have him listen to the noise. the last question on the battery and the clutch Im not comprehending what you are try to say, repost and elaborate
Most of these Accords had two recalls pertaining to the ingnition switch. There is an interlock issue, and an electrical portion of the ignition switch recall. I would start by replacing the electrical portion of the ignition switch as this will most times fix this issue. The clicking noise may indicate an issue with the starter however. Would advise having a starting and charging system test at a professional repair facility to check the starter, but the ignition issue would be where i would start.
with the key in the ignition, with ignition in the off position, hold down the select/reset button on the instrument panel. keep holding the button and switch the ignition to the on position(don't start the engine). Hold for about 10 seconds and light will flash indicating it has reset