Question about 1992 Honda Accord
These cars don not have special keys. The door lick problem shouldn't be related to the check engine light. You can diagnose the car by removing the passengers side kick panel in the lower right area (it meets the carpet and your door sill). After you snap that off you'll see a small blue plug. Stuff some tin foil in there to make those two terminals connect, or put a paper clip in there, they have to touch. Do this with the car off. After the connection is made on the blue plug, turn your key on to power up (not far enough to start it though). Then count the series of blinks that the check engine light puts off. A long blink is the first number. Ex: 2 long blinks followed by 4 short blinks would be code# 24... Once you get your code, search online for the answer or simply write me back. Good luck, don't be afraid, it's easy.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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