Question about 2004 Honda Accord
Simple circuit, but can be hard if problem is switch in steering wheel. First check fuse and relay at fuse box. relay should click when horn button on wheel is pushed. If relay doesn't click, either button or relay is bad. If relay clicks, test for voltage at horn. You can use a simple test light available at the auto parts store if you don't have a voltmeter. If there is voltage at the horn, replace horn.
If relay does not click, replace relay to see if that fixes your problem. If new relay doesn't fix, you have a bad switch in the steering wheel or possibly bad wiring. cannot help you with switch as it's different on every car. any questions--let me know.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
Check Relay and horn fuse, look in your owners manual under fuses and relays. If fuse is good when you push the button on the steering wheel listen for a click if you hear a click that means the horn button and relay are working then suspect the wiring from the relay to the horn or the horn itself may be no good. Horn is usually located near the area of the radiator/condensor.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the glovebox for a white sticker...there may be a white sticker strip with a five digit number . that would be the code... if there is only a sticker with a longer number, that would be ur stereos serial number.... which u will need to get the code from a honda dealers service department....if u dont have any stickers in tthe glovebox,,, get in the car , turn the ignition on, make sure the radio is OFF, hold the preset buttons 1 and 6 down at the same time, hold down and press the power button to the stereo....the numbers displayed should be the serial number...if its the whole number it will display at least 8 numbers..it it shows a letter "U" then numbers, and then a L then numbers example( u1234 then L5678) the serial number would be for example 12345678......u is the first part of the serial # and L is the second half...that serial number should be takein to the dealership to retreive the code... be sure to take proof of ownership and an i.d with u....Note: sometimes the white sticker in the glovebox will have the 5 digit radio code and longer digit serial number on the same sticker.. for example....45678 = radio code
345678901= serial number
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Sorry for the delayed response. For future reference, the blower motor resistor in an 04' Honda Accord is located under the glove box and a little to the left if you are facing it (the glove box). You just need to pull out the plastic panel (yes, you can just pull it out by hand, no tools needed for that). It should be right on the fire wall with a plug going into it. If you reach in there and pull the plug (it has a little notch so it clips into the resistor more securely; make sure you push the clip in) it should have 4 flat prongs on it that go into the resistor. The resistor itself will have 2 phillips head screws that are holding it into the fire wall. Unscrew them and you have the resistor. If you can unscrew both screws before unplugging, it will be easier to see how it unplugs. I know this sounds complicated but once you get in there you will notice it's fairly easy to change out.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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