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Honda Accord, Electrical, Engine, Coupe, Sedan
#1762 of 2107 Re: 1993 Honda Accord window replacement [jazzchaz]
Dec 11, 2009 (9:06 pm)
Just went through this myself quite recently. After removing the door panel and the bolts, remove it through the large access hole on the bottom left of the door. The track must be at its narrowest position (about half way down). It may take a bit of wiggling, but it should come out relatively easy. Make sure you take off the window bolts and the window guide, then take out the window. Make sure you unplug the regulator plug too.
#1763 of 2107 Car won't start..
Dec 12, 2009 (1:21 am)
cant figure out what the problem is. Any likely components i should check or replace?
#1764 of 2107 Re: Car won't start.. [oahuboy]
Dec 12, 2009 (12:13 pm)
Check the Neutral Safety Switch and the Brake Light Switch (behind the brake pedal).
It seems like a safety feature is not allowing the car to start. But since you have an automatic..........it could also be the Transmission Control Unit (common problem).
Check all these components before throwing money into the car.
#1765 of 2107 Re: Car won't start.. [titus_pullo]
Dec 12, 2009 (12:37 pm)
thank you for you help ..i'll give it a try
#1766 of 2107 Water temperature gauge.
Dec 12, 2009 (4:44 pm)
I have a question about the temperature gauge sending unit wire.
Can you cut the wire and solder it back together? Will the gauge work after you solder it together. I need to lenghten the wire to reach the fitting to connect my gauge.
I have a 92 Honda Accord LX with a 2.2L, F22A engine.
Hope to hear from anyone.
#1767 of 2107 Re: Water temperature gauge. [94shadow]
Dec 13, 2009 (1:17 pm)
Yes. It will work it you properly solder it back. Make sure the connection is secure and will not short.
Dec 14, 2009 (8:19 pm)
Need some help. Changed the head gasket on our 1990 Honda Accord EX (and let me tell you, what a pain in the a**) Got it put back together, and now it wont start. I need some advice on what to do next. Also, the ECU is setting a trouble code for the throttle position angle sensor, and we cant figure out how to test it properly, so any advice will be welcome. We've got a multimeter, but dont know what setting to put it on (I know its the ohm sign, just dont know what number to put it on) and any readings we get are backwards to what the book says. So any advice will be appreciated. Thanks!
#1770 of 2107 Re: Help with engine [oldschool90]
Dec 14, 2009 (8:41 pm)
Make sure all your grounds are clean and tightly connected. Particularly..........pay attention to the the ground cable going to the thermostat housing.
Does the engine turn over strongly but fails to fire up?
#1771 of 2107 Re: Help with engine [titus_pullo]
Dec 14, 2009 (8:50 pm)
Where is the ground for the thermostat? Yes it cranks pretty strong, and when I tried to start it the first time, it almost started, but then it decided not too. I haven't been able to get the same response since.