Question about 1993 Honda Accord
I took my recently acquired Honda Accord to get inspected and it failed, mainly because the e-brake did not hold. Anything I can do about this or is it an issue for a mechanic? The guy who sold it to me said he "tightened" something to make the e-brake work, but obviously it wasn't enough. Also, the drivers side rear seatbelt does not retract, is this an easy fix? Help?
The e-brake probably has an adjustment nut either under the brake when you have it pulled up or simply removing a small plastic plate at the back of the console as seen from the rear seat.
You wil probably need about a 12mm deep socked to adjust it. If the nut is bottomed out you will need to adjust if at the wheels.
As far as the seatbelt, you will need to access the reel assembly and determine if the belt is in a bind or the internal spring in the reel is broken. You should be able to tell what the problem is when you get to the reel.
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