Question about Cars & Trucks
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You need to make sure the vehicle is all the way in park and get your remote out so you can make there is nothing blocking the signal and the push the ignition button and vehicle should shut off foot does not need to be on brake when turning it off
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: BRAKE LIGHTS WONT TURN OFF
if you follow your brake pedal up youll see usally a white colored plastic a plunger type switch it looks like a threaded rod thread it until the brake lights go off ,youre trying to push the plunger in,turn it just untill the lights go off,if it does it again its probally skipping on the threads and youll have to replace it
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
SOURCE: Ignition switch won't turn on!
In the same boat and Saturn just plain sucks. Glad they are shutting their doors. You ignition lock cylinder is bad. Good thing is that its stupid simple to fix bad news is the ignition has to be the ACC position to pull it out. Another real smart move these idiots decided to do. If you have a bad ignition lock you have a 50-50 chance it will seize in the freakin lock position making it impossible to get it to the ACC position. Anyway here is the link to a utude exact video on how to pull it out in 2 minutes to replace if your lucky and can get it to the ACC position.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Have you tried pulling on your steering wheel at the same time you turn the key? Are you up against a curb? Try pulling it both ways. Push gearshift firmly into park and try it. It could be the safety switch in your counsel is faulty.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: 2008 Honda Accord rear brakes
I am a service advisor at a honda dealer. the new body accords have smaller braking systems and are experiencing a faster wear pattern than previous models. Honda is participating in the cost of rear brake service in cars under 20,000 miles. Usually this would be a 50/50 split. I think that 200.00 for a brake service performed by a honda technician is a fair price. keep in mind, they are machining your rotors as well. Most of your retail shops are charging 150.00 for brake service and using cheaper aftermarket pads.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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