Question about 1997 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: honda accord sunroof leaking
it sound as if you have a bad seal give these websites a try to see if you can get some pictures and diagrams to show you how to replace it www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by any place that install moon roof and they be able to help you out wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
The thing is, whoever hooked up the stereo would know for sure where the connected into in order to get power to the stereo. If they went off somewhere ealse other than what the factory made to be the power for the stereo it would make sense. In the accord for your year the power to the stereo and the cigarette lighter is the same fuse if it was hooked to the same wiring that came with the vehicle. They may have by accident disconnected the lighter and it's just not hooked up at all. You can check the fuse for the cigarette lighter if you would like. that fuse is in the fuse panel located in the engine compartment and will be in the number 18 position and sould be a 15 amp fuse ( see diagram of the layout of fuses below). If that fuse is bad and corrects the problem then they hooked up to another power source when they hooked up the stereo. I hope this helps you and good luck.
Posted on May 20, 2011
check the brake light switch, it is located at the brake pedal... or check/replace bulbs.... check connector, sockets in the tail light assy...
Posted on Jun 04, 2011
SOURCE: 1997 Honda Accord, 2.2 automatic
you should check out your shift fork when they bend they tend to heat up and get stuck for a bit they should be like $80 dollars but its not the usual DIY because transmission work is tricky i would suggest taking it to a specialized mechanic.
Posted on Jul 11, 2011
Did you check for battery voltage at and through the relay before you replaced it?
There should be battery power at all times at pin "3" on the relay. When the ignition switch is in ON (II) or START (III), and for 10 minutes after the switch is turned to LOCK (0), the Integrated Control Unit (ICU) provides voltage to the coil in the power window relay. The contacts of the power window relay close, (connecting pins "1" and "3" and voltage is applied to the master power window switch and all the window switches in the doors. Pin "2" on the window relay is the one powered by the ICU. Pin "4" at the relay is ground. This can be checked by removing the relay and connecting a test light between battery POSITIVE and pin "4". The light should light brightly.
The sunroof is also powered by the window relay, so if the relay is not functioning, NONE of the windows will work, including the sun roof.
I am almost willing to bet at this point, that you will find you have no power on Pin "2" at the relay. This power comes from connector C-401 Pin 15 (WHITE/RED wire) located at the ICU. If there is no power here with the ignition switch on, then you will have to diagnose your ignition switch circuit and/or replace the ICU. I can help you continue testing this if it gets this far. If there IS power at the ICU, then there is a break in the WHITE/RED wire between the ICU and the window relay.
NOTE: The ICU is located just above the under dash fuse and relay box in the left kick panel area.
Let me know if you need further assistance
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
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