Question about 1996 Honda Accord
The new switch key will not come out of the switch because switch will turn to lock position.
If this is your first car? do wiggle the steering to unlock the dogs
and 100x that if parked down or up hill , wheels to curb. RTM
read the operators guide , its covered.
lost the guide? in the glove box have you? bingo.
read the pages on key , and locks.
are you asking how to REMOVE IT? the Verb missing,???
this is covered in the FSM. buy one, lots of steps it is...
alldata.com covers this.... read it, and defeat the AIR BAGS first. !!!!
here are some free FSM , honda;s are great that way.
on most cars. , "GENERIC RESPONSE"
battery neg lug, removed and safed off (warp in towel> so it cant land on post accidentally) .
I recommend, always to READ THE MANUAL. the FSM.
the factory service manual.. (it's for real mech, not DIY but is best)
RTM, read the FSM on air bag defeats, some can retain a charge for hours. or more... RTM it's your neck not getting snapped.
1; BATTERY PULL NEG LUG.
2: DEFEAT AIR BAGS.
3:remove steering wheel, (rtm) (a whole section just that)
4: do not damage the Air bag coil spring(above) or be real angry when it fails
and not pass smog test , gigs yah.......oops. or cant sell car?/ oops......
5: remove the plastics, there. (wrap) (bottom screws)
6: remove column , switch clamp , most cars show a set of anti-tamper screws here, (RTM) we must destroy them to take them off , and replace them later.
7: cables removed from switch.
8: the whole switch assembly is free, key on. (not locked)
9: out it comes. off end of column.
the key switch is protected with antitamper features.
read about them, then attach the switch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You need to take this to your local Honda Dealer, before you cause more electrical or engine damage.
A vehicle that has been submerged can have water inside the engine, this can cause what's called "Hydrolock"and if it was to start for a moment, it could destroy the entire engine or at least do expensive major damage.
If the Electrical system is wet in the wrong places, remember water is a conductor and you keep trying to start it, bad things may happen. Think about what would happen if you poured a glass of water into your home computer tower. Most modern cars have at least 6 onboard computers connected via a network system called "multiplexing". Your electrical ignition switch may have fried out, locking it in place.
You need to get this looked at by the right people.
Posted on May 06, 2009
The same thing happened to my 2003 Honda Accord...took it to the dealership, and they had to replace my shift lever entirely. Something about the cable between the ignition and shift lever not being read correctly...(basically, my car is not reading that it's actually in park and therefore won't release the key)....
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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