Question about 2004 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In 96-98 Civics the dimmer simply pushes in under the left dash vent and is held in place on both sides by metal flexing tabs (no screws). If it were possible to grab it you could pull it straight out with a bit of rocking / side to side motion to help to release it. Unfortunately the proper way to remove it requires removing the lower panel as follows:
You need to remove the plastic cover panel that is underneath the steering column (the one with the switches, coin pocket, and fuse box cover built in). To do this you remove three screws (one above the switches on the upper left, one in the lower left corner, and one on the lower right. You will then need to pull the bottom edge out slightly from the dash and tug the entire panel down towards the floor of the car as gently as possible. You will be pulling out three metal snap-in retainers at the top of the panel, two on the left and one on the right. It is often hard to remove plastic panels without damaging them so be careful. Now unplug the switches (mirror, sunroof, fog light) and set the panel aside. At this point you can easily reach behind the dimmer switch, push it out, pull it through the front of the dash, and unplug it.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
the code numbers for your radio are based on the vin number, if you call a honda dealership service center and give them your vin number, someone will probably give you the code.
The airbag light can come on for many reasons, it can be an issue in the system , but on your vehicle there are sensors in the doors also, so you ever have anything leaning against the passenger door when driving?
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
IT COMES ON AFTER CERTAIN MILEAGE SO YOU WILL GO TO THE DEALER AND THEY CAN SAY YOU NEED A MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF STUFF HOLD YOUR TRIP BUTTON THEN TURN YOU KEY TO THE ON POSITION DONT RELEASE THE TRIP BUTTON UNTIL THE LIGHT BLINKS THEN GOES OUT ABOUT TEN SECONDS WHEN THE LIGHT GOES OUT TURN KEY OFF RELEASE BUTTON START CAR AND LIGHT SHOULD GO OFF BY ITSELF
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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