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1999 honda accord power steering pressure switch

The power steering in my 1999 honda accord keeps getting hard from time to time even if i changed it out

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If you installed a new steering rack, then you
have bad strut bearings, ball joints, & such

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Power steering line leaks

drain it
unbolt it
put it back
fill it
purge it and get out all air. (tricky it can be)
the FSM covers all this, why not get one.
or login to, and read, its all there.

Feb 25, 2014 | 1999 Honda Accord

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2003 honda accord 2.4 power stering hard,replace pump got little softer but still hard

The steering is controlled by the steering rack,
& they get stiff because no one changes the fluid
every 3 years

The upper strut bearings fail & make steering stiff

Doubt the pump was a problem at all

Mar 03, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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When to change the power steering fluid

doesnt give an actual time or mileage to change. for the year of your car it may be time to do this. add power steering conditioner this time when you do. it will help keep system fresh

Jan 24, 2011 | 2002 Honda Accord

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I think I have a timing issue. My car takes a second to start up and the car jolts when it changes gears. Also, my steering wheel shakes left and right when I'm driving at low speed


same car with the AC problem. Timing is not going to make this all happen.

  • If its jaulting as an automatic, through the gears, then probably check and change the fluid and the filter in the transmission. Usual jolting is from lack of fluid pressure, caused by lack of or blocked filter.

  • Start up could be anything from a weak battery to lack of fuel/choke. Try a new fuel filter, air filter element, check your oil and change the spark plugs.

(Symptoms of bad ignition timing are misfire and run on also extreme lack of power and rough idle. The car will also shudder and keep running a few seconds after the key is switched off.)

  • The steering shaking from left to right at low speed could be a few things. Is it only happening at low speed? Sometimes its hard to tell at high speed as it is happening so fast the frequency is almost unable to be felt. However when you brake it should be pretty strong if its a mechanical fault, ie disc warped or bent wheel.
#Check your power steering fluid and hoses for leaks

Mar 04, 2010 | 1995 Honda Accord

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My 1999 Honda Accord will loose all power and then a couple seconds later shut off. We loose all fuel pressure and after waiting several minutes, it will start back up and run.

Could be the Ignition Switch. Bad ignition switches can cause a car engine to shut off or stall. 1999 Honda Accords are known for having defective ignition switches installed, which Honda issued recall. Check with a Honda dealer to see if your model is part of the recall group & qualifies for replacement. I’m currently on my third ignition switch, this last one I replaced myself.

Oct 28, 2009 | 1999 Honda Accord

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A/c switch doesn't come on 1999 honda accord

My customer just pulled her 1999 honda accord lx into the shop with the same problem, no lights on ac dash panel. I pulled out the panel and unbolted the circuit board for inspection, and found that the board was burned out. priced one at the salvage, it runs $110.00 plus 7% MS sales tax. I have to ordered it I found some on line, but thet were very expensive, even used. Hope this help you. Repair 3

Oct 02, 2009 | 1999 Honda Accord

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Ignition smitch repair on 1999 honda accord

My honda had a similar problem, it would not start at all. I checked everything, starter,battery, and even replacing relays, nothing worked. I ended up replacing the ignition switch. this is about a 50.00 part. You will need to remove some of the dash on the driver's side, 4-5 screws on the steering column to expose the switch. there are 2 screws that are visible and one that is hard to reach on the back side, however can be taken out with a small wrench (6 MM I believe). there are two wire harnesses that will need to be removed in order to get to that last screw. then re assemble as you have taken apart. When re assembling the plastic on the steering column, be careful to make sure that you align correctly or you will get a clicking noise every time you turn the wheel. total time period to do this is about 4 hours. Good Luck!

Sep 23, 2009 | 1999 Honda Accord

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Does my 1999 saturn sl have power steering? It is very hard to turn the steering wheel. The dealer I bought it from (used) said that it doesn't even have power steering when I took it back to get looked...

The simplest way to check is to open the bonnet/(hood), and look for a pump driven by a drive belt. Cars with PS have a pump and small oil reservoir, with 2 hydraulic hoses going down to the steering rack.

Even without PS, you can improve things by keeping the front tyres on their upper pressure limit.
If there are other models in the range with it, it may be possible to fit it from a scrapped vehicle.

Aug 06, 2009 | 1999 Saturn SL

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Power loss

i think there was a re call for this car & there was a problem with ignition switch. i was searching on other forums for the fix. i got a fix that there is a problem with ignition switch. so just try & replace ignition switch which would not cost u more than $100. Try it & post if your problem is fixed. Also if u have any othr solution then also fix this problem.

May 22, 2009 | 1999 Honda Accord

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2001 honda accord ex

i dont undrstand what timing belt change has to do wid a noisey steering pump.drain the oil out off the pump ,turn the wheel fully to the right whilst engine is running ,than pour fluid back into resorvoir pump ,than turn the wheel fully to the left .,keep spinning the steering wheel left and right untill the pump stops squelling.

Jan 28, 2009 | 2001 Honda Accord

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