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The pickup and ignition module can cause this, replace the distributor pickup first. Also make sure the system has power when the key is on.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Jan 23, 2017


The heater core could be clogged, or air in the system due to coolant leak.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Jan 04, 2017


Turn on the backup lights and check for voltage at the wires to the bulb. The one that lights the 12 volt test light is the hot wire.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Dec 16, 2016


Visit the on-line store, know as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem.
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Honda Accord... | Answered on Dec 15, 2016


I would replace the relay, they are notorious for this type of issue.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Dec 13, 2016


You can purchase a remote button from most parts stores (Pep Boys, Oreillys, Autozone) that will attach directly to the starter and allow you to crank the engine without having to use the ignition switch

Honda Accord... | Answered on Dec 02, 2016

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How to pick the right tires for your vehicle


Picking the right set of tires for you vehicle is more than just looking for a long lasting tire or a great handling tire. The tire you choose effects almost every aspect of how your car rides, handles, steers, mileage, and the balance of the car. Pick the wrong tire and you may upset one or more of these factors. The manufactures do not just put any tire on the car they produce. The tire is designed by the manufacture to enhance the cars abilities. The tire manufacture builds the tire to the auto manufactures specifications. Look on the sidewall of the OEM tire that came on you car. Look at not only the size but the speed rating. Is it an H rated tire or a S rated tire. You should replace your old worn out tires with ones with the exact same speed rating. This will insure the dynamics of the car are not altered. The manufacture of you car designs the suspension around the tire to give the best possible ride, handling, mileage, and braking. Change the tires and you may end up with a car that handles, or stops, poorly. Remember the tire itself is part of the suspension. The tire absorbs some of the bumps and potholes. I am not saying you have to buy the exact same brand tire that came on your car. What I am saying is stick with the OEM size, and especially speed rating. Have you ever read reviews of tires and noticed that the very same tire can be loved by one person and hated by another. Ever wonder why that is? It is very simple, one person bought a tire that was matched to their car and the other one didn't. So do your research and buy the right tire for your vehicle. You may be able to go up one size if you change the aspect ratio, but I recommend you stick with the OEM size. There are many great tires made by many tire manufactures, so choose wisely. Remember every tire is a compromise. It would be easy for a tire manufacture to build a tire that would last 100,000 miles, but that tire would ride and handle horribly, and basically be an unsafe tire. So they compromise. Do not compromise on the safety of your family. Do your research, talk to a tire expert you trust, and stick with what a tire your car was designed for. You cannot go wrong with OEM type tires.

on Nov 29, 2016 | Honda Accord Cars & Trucks


Rubbing compound will buff off the oxidation that effects (clouds) the outside surface of plastics. Some waxes have a little abrasive that will help do this. Toothpaste will also work mixed with wax. Use some muscle and buff til it is dry to restore the plastic gloss. Shops use an electric or pneumatic buffer with a wool or foam pad and extra fine rubbing compound.

Honda Accord... | Answered on Oct 21, 2016


Take it off and blow it out

Honda Accord... | Answered on Oct 14, 2016


Ok if the plug is not the same then it is not compatible! If you figure out the control wires hot an grounds you might be able to make it work ! hope this works!

Honda Accord... | Answered on Sep 26, 2016

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