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My car (Honda Concerto) and import from Japan came without an instruction manual. For years the steering wheel was far too high, now thanks to my brother-in-law moving the car in pitch dark, it is too low. He does not know how he did it. Could anyone help me get it back to an appropriate height. I would be so grateful. Annie
Look for a locking lever to push down just below or beside the steering column to adjust steering wheel height.
Posted on Jul 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Honda Accord steering vibration
this sounds like an issue with the power steering rack and pinion unit, poss one of the internal O ring seals leaks when cold, try using LUCAS oils power steering conditioner, it is the only one I know of that really works, also I would recommend you flush the power steering fluid before you add this product.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: steering wheel is pulling to the right. At low speed (15 mi.) steering wheel moves at least 2 inch each way, car shakes when drives faster. Not a wheel or alignment problem. Could this be the drivesha
Sounds like you have a split belt on one of your front tires. Check this by jacking up car and support on stands. Spin tires by hand and look for uneven tire surface.
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: Squeaky steering wheel?
Try using some type of lubricant on the pass through on the fire wall. If you look down under the dash by the break peddle you will see where the steering shaft goes through the firewall. Get a litium grease to spray between the shaft and the rubber groumet that it goes through. Not a whole bunch but enough. spray it a little then trun the wheel back and forth then do it again.
This should solve the problem, If it's the noise that I have been encountering lots at work.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Hi Peter, since there's no english language support in honda navi systems, my suggestion is to scrap the head unit and buy an aftermarket one. Kenwood or JVC 2-din units are compatible with Honda systems. If you have steering control, install SWI interface module (google: pac swi). If you have reverse camera, check that the player have CCD input. If the aftermarket unit have built-in GPS, make sure you load the map for your country. You can get a decent one for about USD400 (c/w CD / DVD / MP3 player and all those new stuffs).
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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