Question about Honda Accord
Hi! Please replace the ignition coil if theres no spark. If it will not come out of park please have the neutral switch replaced. This will resolve the problem. Hope this helps and thank you for using FIxYa!
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
Sounds like a battery cable problem or a low or dead battery. If the battery won't power the car then the car won't come out of park as the brake light's coming on release the gearshift. There's a place to put any key in next to the gear shift and as you push down the gearshift can be moed out of park. Clean the battery cables ( remove them and scrape the crud off and off the battery too.) Put the cables on with a twisting motion connecting the negitive lastmake sure the key is off and out of the car as the electric locks may lock the car shut as the power comes back on. Check to see if the lights will come on after doing this and if they do try starting the car. If it starts greatbut the light's might not have come on and you may need a jump ( connect anothe battery with jumper cables and then try it) Or the battry can be bad enough that it won't jump and you'll have to replace the battery. With a good power it'll get out of park OK. And if it was runing OK before this happened it will again. The battery might not be charging ( altenator , fuses, wire connections ingthion switch) With these parts not working right it'll still run with a good charged battery till it goes down but the altenator light might be on with it running. and that'll need looked into ( belt loose) The light does'nt have to be on and it still might not be charging theirs an altentor fuse and the light fuse called gauges. The both have to be good as does the cigar lighter fuse as it's a crazy fuse to stop the car but it will so check all the fuses.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
If your battery is dead, or you do not push the brake pedal, it will not come out of park. There is a park lock solenoid that is activated when you press the brake pedal and turn on the key. Will the engine turn over? If not you have either a dead battery or the battery cables are corroded.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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