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Need the radio code for my 1996 honda accord
if you dont have your radio code then we need to get your serial number,
there 3 ways to get it.
* First try looking in your glove box for a
sticker which will be a 7 or 8 digit number (your serial number) if its
not there, then try this - With the radio off hold in buttons ' 1 ' and '
6 ', while holding those in turn on the power button, that should give
you your serial number,
* If that still dosnt work then you will have to
pull the radio out of the dash and get the serial number off of the back
of the radio.
* Once you have your serial number contact your local honda
dealer and tell them your situation and they will be able to give you
the code to unlock your radio.
Also, you will have to contact your Honda Dealer. The original selling dealer
may have the code on file. If not you will have to remove the radio and
get the serial number of the chassis. With this serial number, any Honda dealer
can provide the correct code. There is no other way to unlock the radio
than with that code.
Good lukc (remember rated this).
Remove front bumber from 1996 honda accord lx
I believe there will be many screws under the car with the splash shield that must be removed. Remove screws/retainers from the fender well liner in each wheel well, but only toward the front (no need to remove the entire thing). Behind the fender liner toward the front of the car you'll see some screws/clips holding the bumper to the front/bottom of the fender.
You'll need to remove each turn signal in the front of the bumper with a long phillips screwdriver. Use a flashlight to look in from the middle of the lower bumper and you'll see a hole where the screw driver goes in (loosen the screw, but it probably wont come out). Pop the lamp assembly out, but don't force it- the opposite side of the lamp has a tab that fits in a slot to help hold it in place.
Look straight back from where the turn signal lamps were removed and you'll see 2 bolts on a metal bracket. There are 2 on each side, behind each lamp. You'll need some long extensions to get all the way in there. Be sure to support the bumper as you take these out, because they are the main support points for the bumper assembly.
Once these are out, the bumper should come off, or at lease you'll see if there were any small screws you missed. FYI, I left almost all of the screws out of my bumper (except one on each side where it attaches to the fender), so all I have to do is remove those 4 main bolts behind the turn signal lights to drop the bumper.
ABS Light On
wont hear pump check and test the sensors --have scanned for a trouble code which can narrow down a problem --also check and test hubs / wheel bearings
1996 Honda accord no crank intermittently
cranking is turning the engine over
from you misinterpretation of the term the problem is that it is cranking but not running
if that is correct then yes the cam shaft position sensor may very well be the cause of the not running at times as it controls the ignition and injector operation , the same as the crank shaft position sensor
could be a loose connection that has now come apart or the sensor has finally reached a point of failure that it needs to be replaced
1996 honda accord odometer not working
Were you able to fix your problem? I'm having the same issue with my car, where the Odometer intermittently jumps from 0-48. At times when I start driving the engine stalls and the Odometer starts to act up. The Egine Light is always on. I would appreciate any help.
I have a 98 v6 3.0 vtech accord i hve d code 1705
P1705: Short in Transmission Range Switch Circuit.
So you changed the switch but didn't fix the short in the circuit. Check the wiring harness or connector for a short. Follow the harness and look for chaffed insulation or rubbing.
2nd gear slipping 2001 honda accord auto
Check the lower gear selector solenoid pair, It is easy to remove and clean. Front right passengers side of automatic tranny, 96 to 2002 Civics and Accords and CRV. Whack it on its face a few times and blow it out with a compressor. Use a pencil and a rag to keep from losing all your fluid when you take it off. Check the sound of the click with a 12 volt battery. Sometimes the solenoids get stuck if the fluid gets varnished or if it sits too long. The upper solenoid pair is not so touchy. Bottom solenoid will sometimes prevent starting out in first and will go straight to 2nd or 3rd from start. Also some creep in neutral.
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