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#175 of 2104 Seat Belt Light Flashing and Beeping Noise
Apr 27, 2006 (4:43 am)
Please help me. I have a 1991 honda accord and my seat belt lights flashes and the alarm sounds. I have automatic belts. When I open the passenger's side door the sound and blinking will still continue. When I open the driver's side door it stops. When it is blinking and flashing I disconnect the driver's side selt belt and nothing happens and if I disconnect the belt on the passenger's side the light goes solid. I have taken out both seats. The harnesses below the seats are contected. I plugged and unplugged the wires from the seat belt control unit under the passenger's seat. I have read a lot of people are having problems with this just haven't been able to find the answer. Please I beg you please help. Thanks.
#176 of 2104 Re: My Accord Has Gone Crazy [chucko3]
Apr 27, 2006 (12:16 pm)
the car does over heat, I thought that was a result of the rpm surging. The rpms start to surge before then engine temp gague reaches avegage temp. Also, I experimented by disconnecting the EACV plug. When I did this the check engine light came on (it never came on before) and the idle stated sugring from 1200-1400rpms instead of 1000-2500rpms. I need to fix fast, i need my car back!!
#177 of 2104 Re: Seat Belt Light Flashing and Beeping Noise [donswartz]
Apr 27, 2006 (3:05 pm)
Hey man I came across this looking for the same thing! The exact same car with the exact same problem! Thank God I thought it was just me. The only difference with mine is that the retractor on the passenger side door doesn't me like it is supposed to half the time and when it does I cant open the passenger side door or it stops working again
#178 of 2104 Re: My Accord Has Gone Crazy [iwantmoney]
Apr 27, 2006 (3:37 pm)
You stated in an earlier post that the RPMS also surged while you were driving it. Do the fluctuations also occur while you're depressing the gas pedal (thus opening the throttle plate) or only when you let off the gas?
#179 of 2104 can't get my stereo to work in 1992 honda accord
Apr 27, 2006 (6:09 pm)
we had to change the battery in our 92 accord and we tried to put the code # in to get the stereo working again and it's not working . does anybody know anything about the anti theft security code?
#180 of 2104 Re: can't get my stereo to work in 1992 honda accord [joenhol]
Apr 27, 2006 (7:25 pm)
From a 1993 owners manual, for what it's worth.
The radio must be on and the word "CODE" must show in the display.
Enter the 5 digit code using the preset station buttons.
(the code is printed on the cards that came with your radio)
Be sure to complete the number sequence even if a mistake was made. For example, if you entered the wrong number in the second position, continue entering the last three numbers anyway. A beep will then sound after five digits are entered and the word "CODE" will reappear in the display. You should then enter the correct code.
Once you've entered the correct code sequence the word "CODE should disappear and the radio should operate.
If the correct code is not entered in three successive tries, the radio will not accept entry at this time. You must wait one hour with the radio left ON to re-enter the correct code.
#181 of 2104 Re: Seat Belt Light Flashing and Beeping Noise [donswartz]
Apr 27, 2006 (9:16 pm)
I have read a lot of posts around that people are having problems with this though nobody is posting how to fix it. I have tried a lot of things. I just don't want to go replacing parts if the part is good. It is a 1991 for crying out loud. Though it drives me nuts. I want to sell the car and nobody would buy it right now. I have unplugged the harness under the passenger seat. Now everytime I go to get out I closeline myself because the belt doesn't retract. Someone please help up. Thanks.
#182 of 2104 No Brake Lights 1992 Honda Accord LX
Apr 28, 2006 (10:41 am)
Hello, need help. My 1992 Honda Accord LX has no brake lights. All 3 bulbs are fine, checked every fuse in fuse box in engine compartment and fuse box in panel on drivers side inside of car. What should I look for now. I was told there is a brake switch under brake pedal, how do I test it? Thanks for any help.
#183 of 2104 Re: Seat Belt Light Flashing and Beeping Noise [donswartz]
Apr 28, 2006 (9:57 pm)
Before replacing any parts, you might want to part with the $10 and get the Haynes or Chilton's repair manuals, or get the factory one off eBay. These little mysteries may be much clearer after that.
#184 of 2104 Re: can't get my stereo to work in 1992 honda accord [tom1sharon2]
Apr 29, 2006 (10:42 am)
thanks for your response. we ended up disconnecting the battery and starting over with the code and the stereo came back on the first try.