Question about 1991 Honda Accord
Un plug the belt to stop beeps and lights posibly
or beter yet go to salvage yard spend 50 bucks and actualy be safe in your car
depending on year you might be able to find a longer belt from different model if you walk the yard you can check the conectors for different models
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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There are a number of things
that can cause this beeping to happen. Problems in the Air Bag system, Seat
Belts, Low Fuel, door or trunk Ajar, Low Washer fluid, Parking Brake on, Going
too fast, Turn Signal On, Key-In Ignition, Exterior Lamps ON, Warning Lamp
Announcement, or Transmission Over Temperature. You can try the self test to
see if there are any codes stored in the computer, if needed.
Cycle the ignition key
On - Off - On - Off - On within 5 seconds.
2. Count the number of times the Engine light flashes. The number of flashes represents the code. There is a slight pause between the flashes representing the first and second digits of the code. All codes are 2 digits. There are longer pauses separate individual two digit trouble codes.
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