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92 accord windows and clusterbox stop working how can i fix it

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  • docdrezee Apr 19, 2009

    checked both

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Check fuses and relays.

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  • Jonah Oneal Apr 19, 2009

    check ground wires.

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92 honda accord hesitates when warm up and stop and the car is in drive but it doesn't do it when car in park.


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