Question about 1991 Honda Accord
You can also try resetting your battery for 2 minutes. Disconnect your negative cable, turn your headlights on, wait for 2 minutes, turn your headlights off, then reconnect the battery. I would also check your fuses. There is a 10 amp fuse that controls the TCU.
Or, remove the back-up fuse( 7.5 amp ) from the fuse box onder the hood. Right rear corner.
Posted on Nov 17, 2012
I have the same problems and it's a real pain but I was told by a Honda mechanic that he unhooked the battery cable and put it back on and it resets the indicator. It works for a little while but it has to be done over and over. When the indicator gets reset, it also releases the gear shift lock. I loosen the left side battery cable to the point where it will hold in place but can be lifted off without having to loosen the bolt. It seems to work best if you do this after parking it for the night and hooking it back up in the morning. I'd like to figure out how to fix it permanently but haven't gotten there yet.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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