Question about 1991 Honda Accord
My honda accord V6 ,1998 model have problem with the gear system.The gear drags for a while before changing tobthe next gear.This makes the car to disengage momentarily while on motion before re-engaging afterward.
Today again the key refuses to start the car.The key sign is displayed on the dashboard with green colour.
The power steering was leaking out the lubricant and when the powerb steering kits was replaced, the car power steering is no longer functioning.
What do i do
Whenever u have problem with Honda, there are 3 items u should look into first: Ignition Coil, ICM and main relay.
If your car cranks and will not start period, and u have checked sparks and compression...etc, the chances are its either your ICM or Ignition Coil. If your Honda starts sometimes and dies sometimes and 'experts' keep telling u its your transmission, fuel pump, fuel filter, starter, distributor...etc, before u spend any money, you should takeout your Main Relay and check(very carefully) for hairline(extremely fine) crack(s) on the soldering. If u see something looks like a crack, then u have found the problem. Get a new relay or resolder it yourself.
For your power steering issue, if you have replace the power steering kits already, may be u still have air in the system and u have to burp your system by removing the power steering reservoir cap, turn the steering left and right to pump air out from the system. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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